To empower individuals & families to improve their lives through quality programs & services.

Our Programs & Services

FamilyLife Center

Become a Family Life Coach

Certified Family Life Coaches help individuals, couples, parents, grandparents, and other family members improve the quality of relationships, work through challenges in various family dynamics, and provide hope for finding happiness in family life.  We provide the tools to help you become a successful Family Life Coach!  Join us in promoting and strengthening healthy families by signing up for a Certified Family Life Coaching course today.

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Family Life Coaching Services

Your Family Life Coaching session will begin the process of desired change for a lifetime!  You will be empowered to make meaningful, lasting change through key principles, practices, and models that will strengthen and promote healthy relationships in your home.  Whether you come as an individual, couple, or family, let our Certified Family Life Coaches guide you to the relationships, experiences, and successes you dream of today.

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Family Life Conference

FFL’s annual Family Life Conference is typically held the first week of October.  We invite you to join us as we learn about the central role of families in our lives. Our theme this year is Spirituality and Family Life.  Topics include: building spirituality in the home, the difference between spirituality and religiosity, building family relationships, improving mental health, family advocacy, fun family history work, and more.

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Community Center

The Family Life Center provides support for families seeking to develop a peaceful home environment through healthy interactions and activities. Our evidence-based practices focus on faith, service, and spirituality. We serve all families and individuals in the community who want to learn how to strengthen family relationships.

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Substance Abuse Treatment

Redwood Recovery is a TAM referring agency and JRI certified program that provides top of the line therapy for individuals struggling with addiction. Our unique Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) model is second to none! Our services include individual and group therapy, assessments, and psycho-education.

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Healthy Transition Homes

Our state-licensed, sober-living, voucher-approved residences assist recently released inmates who struggle with substance abuse by providing housing, food, clothing, mentors, and structure to facilitate community re-entry and healthy sobriety. No other sober-living in Utah provides a wider range of services!

Our Blogs & Podcasts

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CAL 5: Settling In-Week 1

Week 1 of the MentorWorks program is focused on settling in and getting established in a safe, sober environment with new roommates focused on sobriety and finding a job.  Week 1 of the Redwood Recovery program involves completing a substance abuse assessment, developing a treatment plan, and attending psychoeducation and counseling groups.

CAL 4: Intake Day

After someone has been accepted into the MentorWorks Program, the life-changing journey begins with a staff member picking them up from prison or jail, checking in with their probation or parole officer, and beginning the intake and orientation process. 

The Power of Family Life: What is Family?

To ask “What is family?” can be a loaded question!  This social structure is sometimes difficult to define because it may look different for various people.  For many, the activities associated with family life are the bread and butter of what family means to them.

CAL 3: Hope & The Letter

What it Takes to Change a Life (CAL) Dr. Joseph White & the FFL Team Incarceration vs. Freedom...

FCN 2: Becoming a New Dad: The Climb of Fatherhood

In 2020, 1.3 million children were born to new parents (CDC, 2021).  That subsequently means there are 1.3 million new dads!  Men transitioning to fatherhood have many things to look forward to and challenges to face.  Learning to meet the needs of children can be difficult. 

CAL 2: Connecting with a Recovery Program

Connecting with a Recovery Program (Blog 2): Where does one go when they are ready to change & overcome alcoholism/substance abuse addiction?

FCN 1: An Introduction to Fathering

An Introduction to Being the Father Each Child Needs Blog Series (FCN) Cooper Brown & the FFL...
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Ep. 1 Intro to F.F.L.

Published: (08/04/2022)

Description: Join us for a discussion with Becky Janis & Connie Custer - two interns who talk about the mission and programs of the Foundation for Family Life and their internship experience in our introductory podcast!

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Published: (08/09/2022)

Description: Join us for a discussion with Becky Janis & Connie Custer – two interns who talk about the mission and programs of the Foundation for Family Life and their internship experience in our introductory podcast! This is a continued introduction episode about their experience of being with the FFL team.

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Ep. 3 Relationship Awareness & The R.A.M.

Published: (08/23/2022)

Description: Join us for a discussion with Brynlee, An intern who talks about her experience with the FFL team and about the importance of relationship awareness through the Relationship Attachment Model (RAM).

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Ep. 4: Relationship Awareness & The Drama Triangle

Published: (08/26/2022)

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Our Conferences

Learn • Share • Connect • Inspire

The Family Life Conference is an annual all-day event that brings together the best of research, practice, and spirituality regarding family life to provide education, hope, and resilience for working through life’s challenges. Applications for presentations, projects, and papers for the 2022 conference are open.  Email: info@fflut.org. Public invited!

Registrants gain access to our conference archive—over 20 hours of content!

Our Fathering Insights

Why Fathers Count:
The Importance of Fathers and Their Involvement with Children

This anthology of 27 chapters deals with the most important work men do: being totally involved in the lives of their children and families. It’s men’s strengths, their capacity to care and protect and give, that are needed by children, women, and men themselves. In a culture that questions the value of men in family life, this book offers a persuasive perspective on what men can contribute to their families and communities and insight on the ways in which fathers and father figures make a meaningful difference. Why Fathers Count offers compelling insights and fresh and powerful perspectives on the meaningful contributions of fathers and father figures to the lives of their children and families.

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Our Founder’s Story

Watch this video for a brief introduction to the story behind Dr. White and how the Foundation for Family Life came to life. 

For more information, visit our “About Us” page.

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