Heart and Hope Family Violence Prevention Program

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The Heart and Hope program provides parents and children with resources and skills to strengthen family relationships and build resilience. Parent victims of past domestic violence and his or her children ages birth through 18 may be eligible to participate. This ten-week education program includes separate skill-building activities for adults and children and family activities to practice skills together. Program activities focus on effective communication, problem-solving, promoting healthy child development, and stress management. This free program begins in mid-September. A program orientation for interested families will be on Tuesday, September 21 from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Call (775) 340-8360 or email for more information. Program participants two years and older must wear face masks.

For more information, please read our Heart & Hope orientation flyer or our Family Violence Prevention Program in its entirety. 

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