Active Relationships Center® develops training curricula that improve relationship wellness, enhance life skills and promote wise choices.
Who Uses ARC Curricula?
Our training and course materials are utilized internationally by organizations in the private and non-profit sector, and by the U.S. Armed Forces to build personal, family, and career strengths. Curricula are also utilized by federally and state funded agencies in faith-based and in secular arenas, including community-based initiatives.
Communities we serve include:
- School & Youth
- First Responders
- Head Start
- Incarcerated & Re-entry
How Can I Access ARC Training?
Local organizations can contact ARC to inquire about the availability of a certified ARC facilitator or professional to provide local or virtual training. ARC training for facilitators or professionals can be delivered virtually, or onsite at a venue of the organization’s choice. Professional training can even be facilitated one-to-one.
Organizations and individual facilitators discover that our courses are modular, and that subject matter/topics can be organized for one longer or for multiple shorter sessions. Professional trainings are tailored to the specific community we are serving and range from one to five days in length.
For more information about Courses, Certification, Training Materials and more, visit our FAQ page.
ARC is honored to work closely with the United States Armed Forces.
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Active Relationships Center® History
A lengthy record of proven methods, great results, and lives changed.
ARC conducted virtual instructor certification training for US military professionals across the globe (including Kenya!) and began virtual training for the NEW Strong Bonds mission of the U.S. Air Force.
ARC's team began serving First Responders performing disaster relief during the Covid19 pandemic and distributing the A.R.R.I.V.E. program for use world-wide.
ARC introduced Active Romance for Lasting Love, a program for the Army National Guard and the Air Guard.
ARC began programs for At-Risk-Youth through YOUTH BUILD and Teen Pregnancy Prevention organizations.
ARC began programs for the National Conference of the Catholic Diocese, and developed our first military Teen program.
ARC presented Resiliency outcomes and trained leadership at the national Department of Defense “Resiliency Conference” in Chicago, Illinois.
Active Families and Active Military Families debuted, along with programs specifically for fathers. Initiated programs for the YWCA.