When it comes to improving outcomes for families, research has shown that the following five strengths play a major role in engaging parents and delivering the best results for kids.
Select one of the five categories below to learn more and explore resources available in your community.
Explore resources, linked below, to learn more about community services and programs that can help.
Programs that provide preventive, diagnostic, and treatment services to help people achieve, maintain, and enhance their emotional well-being as well as develop skills to cope with everyday demands.
Programs that provide support for people who want to achieve their full potential. Programs include free education opportunities, youth programs, support groups, parenting skills classes, legal referrals, and more.
Discovery Family Coalition Announces App for Family Strengthening Month
March 22, 2022
Join Discovery Hunts to complete FUN family experiences, battle for a top spot on the leaderboard or just enjoy funny submissions in the activity feed, from anywhere in the world. Home-based, Community-supported FREE Family Fun!
Utah 211 launches new web page for parent resources
March 31, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) – Utah 211 is launching a new parents resources page. The goal is to get families the help they need in creating a healthy and safe home environment.
Parents resource page launched by DCFS, Utah 211
March 30, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY — The Division of Child and Family Services collaborated with Utah 211, United Way, and Help Me Grow Utah to create a new resource webpage for parents. The page offers a guide to parents who feel overwhelmed with the responsibility of raising a child, according to the DCFS.
Utah 211 launches new parent resources website
March 30, 2022
SALT LAKE CITY — In an effort to highlight services available to help families thrive across Utah, the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) has collaborated with United Way programs, Utah 211 and Help Me Grow Utah, to create the new 211 Strengthening Families web page. The online resource is coupled with the state’s Strengthening Families Toolkit as an easy guide for parents who may feel overwhelmed with the responsibility of caring for children.