Our Core Partners

The Center for Healthy Families is the hub agency for the Healthy Families Connection Collaborative consisting of organizations that provide programs and services, which better the lives of pregnant and parenting teens in Franklin County.

Action for Children

Transforming the lives of children by supporting, empowering and advocating for the adults who make the biggest impact on children’s lives – their parents, caregivers, and teachers.

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The Columbus Urban League

Empowering African Americans and disenfranchised groups through economic, educational and social progress.

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio

A non-profit prevention-based agency that serves the community by providing quality mentoring relationships to children and youth in need of a friend.

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Directions for Youth and Families

Empowering families and their children to make sound choices and achieve promising futures.

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The Center for Family Safety and Healing

fully addressing all aspects of family violence, including child abuse and neglect, teen dating abuse, domestic violence and elder abuse, thanks to an impressive combination of public and private resources.

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IMPACT Community Action Agency

Reducing poverty by providing hope-inspiring help and real opportunities for self-sufficiency.

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The Center for Healthy Families

Engaging parenting teens and their children in opportunities to acquire self-sufficiency capabilities of health and well-being, positive networks, education and employment through a coordinated network of the most effective community services.

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Empowering women in high risk neighborhoods to deliver full term healthy babies by providing weekly group sessions focused on education, nutrition, clinical and social support that continues through the baby’s first year of life.

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Central Ohio Workforce Investment Corporation (COWIC)

Meeting the employment needs of businesses and job seekers to support economic development in Central Ohio.

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A family of not-for-profit, faith-based hospitals and healthcare organizations serving patients in central Ohio since 1891.

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Columbus City Schools

Columbus City Schools, established in 1845, is Ohio’s largest school district, serving the needs of more than 51,000 students in 109 schools.

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The Ohio State University ACCESS Collaborative Program

Established in 1989, was created to enable single parent students with custody of their children to earn an undergraduate degree and find employment suitable to their academic preparation.

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