Thriving together through vibrant connections.

Empowering others to create healthy, positive and rewarding relationships

The Foundation for Family and Community Healing is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization with the passionate mission of delivering building blocks to foster better mental and emotional health, and to cultivate positive relationships with others and the natural world all around us.


We offer online educational modules that help us build the skills needed to be thriving citizens of our human and Earth communities.

Relationship Wellbeing for Youth (Middle / Highschool)

The Relationship Wellbeing Youth module is for young people to learn to create healthy and vibrant connections with themselves and each other. You will learn basic relationship skills so you can be successful and live your best life! 

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Happiness 101

The Happiness 101 module is for adults to learn from the science of wellbeing how to thrive by creating practices that promote wellbeing in their lives.

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Healing for Ourselves and Earth

A mediation series focused on healing and caring for ourselves and Earth.

Sponsored by the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Richmond’s Earth Ministry and the Foundation for Family and Community Healing.

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Speaker and Discussion

Eco-Grief and Healing: A Conversation with Gaia

This Earth Day Event will include topics such as quantum physics and Gaia consciousness, climate change and the collective unconscious, spiritual and psychological grief, healing in partnership with Earth, and more!

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We offer educational events that help us build the skills needed to be thriving citizens of our human and Earth communities.

Working together for greater impact

We’re hard at work in our community spreading our message of showing love and building impactful relationships.
Find out how you can be a part of the work we’re doing and help us thrive together.

Recent articles from our blog

Prayer For Mother

“Exquisite” best describes the sensory explosions I experienced on my walk through Mother today. Among other places, I frequent her trails along the James River

Toxic Positivity and Emotional Intelligence

The happiness movement is suffering from another overly simplistic interpretation of positivity:  the belief that one should only allow positive emotions no matter how dire