Stronger Marriage

Utah County

"Passport 2 Love" Free Educational Date Nights

Passport 2 Love is a five week date night program.
Date nights consist of activities such as making pizzas, bowling, and a museum treasure hunt. The activities are directed by facilitators that are trained and certified in **PREP curricula, a relationship enhancement program.

Complimentary childcare for children 6 and under provided by Kids on the Move, Orem.  Please call them to arrange for your child. (801) 221-9930. 

Passports are available for pick up at the following locations:
FatCats in Provo, Habitat for Humanity of Utah County,
Utah Valley Chamber
, or UVU LA 012g and BYU JFSB 2092-D

 Follow the Utah County Stronger Marriages Facebook Page HERE for details.


Marriage Success!:
Do you know how rewarding your marriage can really be? We want to help you find out!!! Our FREE program is designed to allow you to focus on your marriage in a positive way, to help you glimpse into the potential for happiness that lies within your marriage.

How To Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette:

  Learn how to follow your heart without losing your mind.
  In just a few sessions this free researched based course can help you 
  with healthy dating relationships and partner selection.
  Classes are free
  You must be 18 or older and register to attend.

Couple Links

Enhance and deepen your relationship skills!
 Great for committed or married couples.
 Classes are free
 You must be 18 or older and register to attend.

Parenting the Love and Logic Way

  Learn helpful parenting skills!
Make parenting less stressful and learn methods for raising responsible children!
 Classes are free
 You must be 18 or older and register to attend.

Fathering with Love and Logic

This class is designed for fathers, or those in fathering roles!

Learn to teach responsibility without losing your child's love.
Guide your children to own & solve their problems.
Classes are free
You must be 18 or older and register to attend

Click Here  for class schedules and to register.

Getting Engaged? Planning a wedding? Add this to your planning! Sign up for a free online marriage prep course for you and your sweetheart today!

This offer is only valid for engaged couples who currently reside in Utah. Information on how to request your free code below!

PREP® (Prevention & Relationship Enhancement Program)

 Based on over twenty years of research, PREP
 teaches marital/premarital couples
essential skills: how to communicate effectively,
work as a team, solve problems, manage conflict, and preserve and enhance love,
commitment and friendship.

Studies have found that couples can use the strategies in PREP to handle conflict better, protect their happiness, and reduce the odds of breaking up.

  You, Me, & Us

  Watch for a new class schedule coming soon.

Learn how to enhance and strengthen communication skills, commitment, conflict management,
fun and friendship, problem solving, and intimacy in your marriage.

Smart Steps for Stepfamilies
Kids on the Move
475 West 260 North
Orem UT  84401
(801) 221-9930 ext 165



Available For Free Checkout:

·Self-directed PREP DVDs
The 5 Love Languages DVD

USU Extension
100 E. Center, L400, Provo

(ask for Kathy or Trish)

The following services are not associated with or the Utah Marriage Commission. They are listed as a convenience and do not imply affiliation, endorsement or adoption by

BYU Comprehensive Clinic Pre-Marital Group

Getting Married?  Meet together with others on Thursday evenings from 7-9 and learn how to create a strong healthy marriage.  Just $15 for seven sessions.  Click Here for a flyer and call 801-422-7759 to register.  Located at 1190 N. 900 E., Provo.

Utah Valley University "Turning Point"
Turning Point offers classes in Successful Life Management, Managing Life Transitions, Anger Management, and Marriage or Pre-Marriage workshops! Click Here for more information on pricing, dates, and classes! 

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