The science behind our success.
We design, evolve and provide cutting-edge services that break the intergenerational cycles of poverty, adversity and trauma.
With over 144 years of experience, we use a comprehensive multi-gen approach based on the established two-generation (2Gen) framework. The Family Partnership is at the forefront in implementing evidence-based practices, tools and emerging brain science to close opportunity and achievement gaps for children and families across generations.
Our services are centered on these key approaches:
As a founding partner of the Change in Mind Institute, The Family Partnership programs and services incorporate evidence-based approaches, tools and emerging brain science to have the best outcomes with both adults and children.Learn More
This coaching methodology allows us to partner with families and individuals and help them acquire the resources, skills and sustained behavior changes necessary to attain and preserve their economic independence.Learn More
We work with children and adults using a two-generation (2Gen) or whole family approach. Our approach promotes child and family well-being across generations to increase economic security, educational success and overall healthy development.Learn More
The Family Partnership developed and successfully piloted Executive Functioning Across Generations, a two-generation (2Gen) model curriculum designed for children ages 3-5 to boost executive functioning skills in children and their parents.Learn More
For more than 143 years, The Family Partnership has successfully partnered with families and individuals to remove barriers and clear the path for success for those who have experienced deep poverty and trauma.
Latest Updates and Resources
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The “Minnesota Paradox” and Our WorkOctober 23, 2020Read More
A Splendid Work: 125 YearsJune 24, 2018
Explore the rich history of The Family Partnership in A Splendid Work: 125 Years (published in 2003).
National Pilots Begin for Brain Science-Informed CurriculumSeptember 15, 2020Read More
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