Become A National Implementing Partner

Our Implementing Partners are part of universities, Extension programs, public health, and faith communities across the country.

What is a National Implementing Partner?

National Implementing Partners administer and deliver Faithful Families in their communities and engage faith communities with direct peer education, supports for environmental changes, and opportunities for community development. Faithful Families provides our Implementing Partners with training, curricula and instructional materials, evaluation tools, and national leadership support while National Implementing Partners provide the hands-on engagement, local resources, and relationship building opportunities to initiate and sustain health initiatives in their respective communities.

How do I become a National Implementing Partner?

To become a National Implementing Partner, please complete and submit an application form. Faithful Families staff will review your application and follow-up about attending the Faithful Families in-person training for implementing partners, purchasing curriculum materials, and providing technical assistance. Organizations must first complete the application form before attending training and purchasing materials.

How do I get involved with an existing Faithful Families Program?

If you are from a state where a National Implementing Partner currently exists, you can connect with our partner to learn more about their Faithful Families program and see how you can get involved or bring Faithful Families to your faith community.