for Parents and Youth 10-14 Years

Strengthening Families Program

The Strengthening Families Program for Parents and Youth 10-14 Years is a nationally recognized curriculum that provides parent, youth, and family education. The model is designed to be delivered in local communities for groups of 7-12 families. Educational programs that bring parents and their children together in learning environments strengthen entire families.

WSU Extension faculty and staff have provided facilitation, training, evaluation and technical assistance for Strengthening Family programs in Washington state since 2002.

A short video overview about Strengthening Families Program (produced by Iowa State University):

Resources for Facilitators – Strengthening Families Program


Hash Tag - SFP 10-14 Stronger Together

Iowa State University has put out a list of resources to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Subjects range from: Activities, Finances, Mental Health, Nutrition, and more.

Inquiries about SFP (10-14) facilitator training in Washington State should be addressed to:

Strengthening Families Program (English) and Fortaleciendo Familias (Spanish):
AnaMaria Diaz Martinez • • (509) 545-3511

Interviews on the Strengthening Families Program

(for Parents and Youth 10-14 Years)


“A Parent’s Perspective”

“Parents, Group Leaders and more”


“Ana, a Parent Participant”

“Parent Participants”


“Ignacio, a Parent Participant”


“Group Leaders”

The SFP 10-14 Program was developed at Iowa State University and they continue to provide leadership, training and support nationwide.  Their website is full of valuable resources.

Strengthening Families Program, PO Box 644852, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-4852, (866) 206-7156, Contact Us
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