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Online relationship program launches to support Illinois couples

Illinois strong couples project

Maintaining a strong relationship with your spouse or romantic partner can be a challenge. And when you need help, getting trustworthy and effective relationship support can be just as challenging. University of Illinois Extension is here to help with that.

With the launch of the Illinois Strong Couples project, free online help for relationships throughout the state is now just a click away. So whether you are wanting to build greater intimacy and connection, communicate more effectively with your partner, or protect your marriage from divorce, this program is here for you.   

Illinois couples who are married, engaged, or have been living together for at least six months can enroll. The self-paced, six-session program is entirely online and uses the scientifically-proven ePREP platform. The program is free to qualifying Illinois couples and includes support from trained program coaches affiliated with University of Illinois Extension.

Read the full story from University of Illinois College of ACES and discover if the Illinois Strong Couples program is the right fit for your relationship.

SOURCE: Allen Barton, Ph.D. Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist, Department of Human Development and Family Studies, University of Illlinois

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