Learn How to Build Healthy Relationships

Family Resources offers a variety of Community Education programs to empower families and young adults by teaching them healthy relationship skills with practical strategies for motivating change.

Our classes are free of charge and our facilitators will travel to schools and community groups to lead each lesson.

Learn More About Our Healthy Relationship Courses

The Healthy Relationship program is offered to teens and adults ages 15 to 25 in Pinellas and Manatee counties. Our certified facilitators use an evidence-based curriculum, engaging activities and open discussion to give young people the knowledge and skills to develop healthy, successful relationships in all areas of their life.

We offer three curriculum options from The Dibble Institute:

  • Relationship Smarts Plus
  • Love Notes
  • Money Habituates

Keep reading for additional details about our workshops to see if we offer anything your family or your organization could benefit from.

In addition to working with schools and community groups, we also lead workshops throughout Pinellas and Manatee County for couples ages 18-25.


Relationship Smarts

Relationship Smarts is designed for teens ages 15-18. Through twelve interactive lessons, teens will learn about setting realistic relationship expectations, communicating feelings and boundaries, improving self-esteem, making healthy and responsible decisions, and communicating effectively.


Love Notes

Love Notes is designed for individuals ages 16-25. Through the thirteen lesson series participants will gain a better understanding of themselves and how that affects their relationships. They will also learn skills for effective communication and conflict management, as well as the importance of setting priorities.

Money Habitudes

Money Habitudes is a three-lesson series designed for individuals and couples ages 15-25. Participants will explore assumptions and expectations about money and learn how their relationship with money affects their ability to reach the goals they have set for lifestyle, education, career and family.

Love Notes Couples WorkshopsHealthy Relationship Education

In addition to our Love Notes seminar for individuals, we also offer healthy relationship courses for couples.

Love Notes for Couples brings young couples 18-25 years of age together for a fun, one day experience to learn the building blocks of a healthy relationship through engaging, interactive lessons written with their interests in mind. While we primarily work with young adults, these services are available to all eligible persons, regardless of race, gender, age, disability, or religion. Lunch is provided.

Couples who complete the workshop will receive a free $100 gift card.

Funding for this project was provided by the United States Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families, Grant #90FM0107-01-00.

Contact Us For Information About Our Healthy Relationship Courses

If you’re interested in signup up for our Love Notes Couples Workshop, click here to register and find a seminar near you. We offer these courses in both Bradenton and Pinellas Park. Our instructors teach this course regularly throughout the year, so you and your significant other can choose the best time for you to attend.

If you are interested in attending one of these workshops, or work in the community and want us to bring one of these workshops to your school or organization, contact our Program Director at (727) 528-5768 or the Program Supervisor at (727) 528-5766.

Manatee County residents please call (941) 708-5852.

We offer these workshops throughout Pinellas and Manatee Counties.

Our goal is to teach people how to form healthy relationships to benefit their mental health and the health of their partners and families. Healthy relationships lead to stronger families that can overcome difficult situations in a safe and constructive manner.

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