Grow great families with our updated family-strengthening curriculum
Inspire lasting change in parents and kids
Focus on building stronger families, not just putting out fires
It’s easy to enter someone’s home and end up trying to solve the crisis of the week. However, when you have a roadmap in hand, you can not only get a family back on track but move them forward toward their goals.
That’s why we enhanced our Growing Great Families Next Generation family-strengthening curriculum to empower you with the tools and training to support families to build secure attachments and reach their full potential.
Strengthen Protective Buffers
Align with Program Requirements
No GGK Certification Needed
Tailored parenting support for every family
There is no cookie-cutter family, so GGF Next Generation is not a cookie-cutter curriculum.
GGF Next Generation provides a framework that will create meaningful visits for families of all kinds: prenatal, special needs, multigenerational, culturally diverse, and more.
Experience the relief of ready-to-use sessions that help you rise to the occasion in each individual family.
Use 20+ adaptable sessions
Use research-based activities
Help visits flow naturally
Show families you care
Apply a family-dynamics approach
Prenatal through age 5
No license renewals
Success Consultant support
A Clear Path Toward Stronger Families
Your $300 investment covers it all – no need to worry about extra add-ons or licensing fees.
Complete the course
Finish the 2-hour self-study course online at your own pace
Grow great families
Set families up for lasting change beyond your sessions
Facilitate impactful home visits that will get you invited back
“I enjoy how interactive the curriculum is and that it really engages our families.”
WHAT GGF NEXT GENERATION PARTNERS SAY
“We have used GGF Classic for years and love it. We are updating to the new curriculum and are taking the training to learn about the changes.”
“I love the way it is simple but very informative.”
“It gives me more ideas on how I can improve my communication skills when meeting a family.”
“It’s a good reminder of what we do and why.”
“The demonstration of the implementation was amazing.”
“I realized how important it is to have a beginning, middle, and end
to make a visit feel complete.”