Alliance for Children & Families

We, Alliance for Children & Families, Inc. —through direct services, advocacy, education, prevention, intervention, supportive services, and the development and implementation of innovative and productive programming—are committed to empowering children, individuals and families to restore them to lives of stability, self-sufficiency and enhancement. We do this by treating all persons with dignity and respect, while embracing their diversity.

Learn How to Express Anger in a Healthy Way This December

Anger is a common and healthy emotion that everyone experiences. Anger can be triggered by a variety of factors, including stress, sleep patterns, and external factors. Everyone gets angry from time to time, and some people get angry quite frequently; but how can you tell the difference between healthy and unhealthy anger?

Unhealthy anger is an out of control emotion that causes physical or mental harm to the individual and those close to them. People who experience unhealthy anger see problems in their personal relationships and their work lives. 

Luckily, there are ways to improve anger issues on your own. First, it’s important to recognize trigger items. Second, recognize anger inducing patterns. Blaming others, creating generalizations such as “you ALWAYS do this”, or obsessing over any particular issue can lead to unhealthy anger. Finally, work on decompressing techniques. Find a meditation practice or an exercise regimen that helps you clear your head. Follow the Alliance for Children and Families Facebook page for more insight into anger management all month. Anger can be controlled and improved, so be sure to continue working to improve your mental health a little more every day.

News & Announcements

S.T.A.M.P. Parenting Classes

S.T.A.M.P. (Skills to Acquiring Mastery of Parenting) Classes are held every Wednesday from 4-5 pm at 110 W. Cambridge St. in Alliance. No classes will be held the week of Christmas until the second week of January, 2018. Reservations are required. Contact Case Manager, Alonie, at (330) 823-6008 or email her to sign up while spots are still available. Click to learn more about S.T.A.M.P

CPR & First Aid Classes

Alliance for Children and Families holds bi-monthly CPR & First Aid Classes. Call for a schedule of class dates and times. Classes fill quickly and spaces are limited. Contact Dan Hennon at (330) 821-6332.

Nutrition Classes

Balance your diet, learn to meal plan and cook healthy food options! Call for a schedule of class dates and times. Contact Dan Hennon at (330) 821-6332 for questions or to register.

Financial Literacy Class Every Wednesday

Reservations are required for newly enrolled participants. No classes will be held from the week of Christmas to the second week of January, 2018.

  • 11:00 a.m.– 12:00 p.m.

  • 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

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