Safe & Healthy Kids

We partner with families to raise healthy children in a safe environment

Independent Adults

We partner with families so their loved ones can age in place for as long as possible.

You Can Help

We offer many opportunities to support our work.

Our Impact


Our comprehensive in-home educational and support services empower people to help themselves to maintain healthy, safe and stable lives.



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Family Lifeline brings health and hope into the home

We partner with individuals and families at critical points in their lives to strengthen overall well-being and independence by delivering intensive home and community-based services.

Our Impact

We help families with young children:

We help older adults & persons with disabilities:

Our premise is straightforward — strengthening families provides a foundation for success, two generations at a time.

Family Lifeline works to solve the root of problems, building on assets, and creating lasting impact. All of our services are prevention-focused, strengths-based, culturally-informed, and outcomes driven. And we take these services into the community to teach, nurture, and support individuals and families in impactful and lasting ways:

  • We teach young mothers how to care for their newborns.
  • We educate parents so they can help their children succeed in school.
  • We support isolated older adults and persons with disabilities so they may age in place in their own homes.
  • We relieve caregivers with vital respite time for self, work, or family.
Our Impact


Support Moms for Mother’s Day!

Support moms this Mother's Day when you shop for that special parent, grandparent, spouse or significant this year. Join Family Lifeline at Kendra Scott in Short Pump Town Center for a Spring Fling featuring cocktails, treats, and shopping in support of...

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Coffee+Conversation: Connected & Healthy Older Adults

More than 35,000 older adults live alone in our community and are at risk of social isolation with one in four older adults live in households at or near the poverty level. As the total number of older adults in our region continues to increase, we must do...

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Think + A Drink: Born Healthy

If we’re going to build a stronger community, we have to start at the beginning...and the path to prosperity begins at birth. Children must be born into safe homes with families who are socially, emotionally and financially prepared to care for them. At...

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Volunteers Needed: Parent as Teachers Activities

Family Lifeline Young Professionals Council is hosting volunteer opportunities focused on the creation of Parent As Teacher (PAT) Activities Kits. These kits are used by our trained program staff to create learning-rich environments in a family’s own home....

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