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.

February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month

Every February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month and the theme chosen for 2019 is “Your Love is Unique… with Consent.”

The activists of Let’s Be Real, Break the Cycle’s youth movement, wanted the 2019 Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month theme to remind each and every one of you that your love is unique and you deserve to have your boundaries respected. This theme speaks to the importance of the differences in relationships, young love, and boundaries.

Time to Make a Change

1 in 3 high school students experiences some form of dating violence. 81% of parents said they didn’t think or didn’t know if dating violence was a problem. It’s time to make a change!

If you see warning signs in the relationship of someone you know, talk to them, show your support and help them get the resources they need like creating a safety plan.

If you feel that your friend is in immediate danger or that their life is at risk or has been threatened, you may want to get emergency support by calling 911.

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News & Announcements


Days of Volunteering

Volunteering not only helps and benefits one’s community but, in a way, it benefits the volunteers themselves. Employees from Trilogy Plastics spent time volunteering at the Mastroianni Family Center in August. Alliance for Children and Families appreciates each and every volunteer!

NOW OPEN – Alliance Family Health Center

Now ready to serve YOU! We offer extended hours to fit your schedule, same day and next day appointments, and walk-ins.

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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. Reservations are required. Contact us at (330) 821-6332 to sign up while spots are still available. Click to learn more about S.T.A.M.P

CPR/First Aid Classes, a Community Garden & Nutrition Program – COMING SOON!

Beginning in September thanks to the United Way Family Health Program and other collaborative partners. Check back for more details!

Financial Literacy Classes

Reservations are required for newly enrolled participants. Contact ACF at
(330) 821-6332 to register or with any questions.

A-FIRST BUILDING, every Thursday
11:00am-12:00pm and 5:00pm-6:00pm

B-FIRST BUILDING, every Tuesday
11:00am-12:00pm and 5:00pm-6:00pm

Empowering Children, Individuals & Families