Healthy Relationships. The heart of change.
TFP Emopwerment Initiative

No doubt about it, life can get complicated as an adult. So let’s talk about the stuff that can make the transition into adulthood a little easier, like how to communicate with others, how to make the best decisions for you, and how to have healthy relationships with the people in your life. It’s about empowering you to be your best you, and this is where it starts.

This is about empowering you to be your best you, and this is where it starts.

There’s a program for everyone.

Whether you’re still in school or out in the workforce, there’s a TFP program for you. Each is free, led by a licensed clinician, and is designed to be fun, interactive, and always non-judgmental.

How to Adult

How to Adult
Who’s it for: High school seniors

Leaving school and leaping into adulthood is an exciting but often scary time. In this series developed specifically for high school seniors, we’ll talk about various aspects of young adult life… more

Living a balanced life

Living a Balanced Life
Who’s it for: Employed 18-35 year olds

Being out on your own, making a living, raising a family – this is a big part of adulthood. In this series, we’ll talk openly about how to have healthy relationships with all the people in your life … more

Relationship Wellness

Relationship Wellness
Who’s it for: 18-35 year olds who are out of school and out in the community.

Let’s be honest – relationships take work. In this program, we’ll talk about what it takes to have healthy relationships with our significant others, whether you’re dating or married. The end goal? Being in … more

Let's Talk

Want to learn more about our programs? We’d love to hear from you, whether you’re a young adult and considering participating, a parent of a prospective participant, a high school administrator, or an employer interested in bringing a TFP program to your job site.

Here’s how to get in touch – it’s confidential, anonymous, and absolutely no pressure.

Call or text us at (315) 679-6542, email us at info@ourtfp.org, or give us your name and email and we’ll be in touch.

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