Change The Lives of Children
And You Can Change the World

We Strengthen Families, Offer Social Support,
and Provide the Education Children Need

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Change The Lives of
Children And You Can
Change the World

We Strengthen Families, Offer
Social Support, and Provide
the Education Children Need

“One hundred years from now, It will not matter what kind of car I drove, What kind of house I lived in, Or how much money I had in the bank, But the world may be a better place because I made a difference in a child's life.”

~ Author unknown

Our Mission Is To Love,
Serve, and Protect Families

Healthy Kids is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, formed in 1997, dedicated to the care and well-being of Alabama’s children. We aim to make a difference in the lives of Alabama’s Children by strengthening families.

We Offer Free Services to
The Families In Our Community

We offer the following three services for free and provide support for parents as well as the precious children of our community:
  • Excel: Helping parents start their own home child-care business
  • Parents As Teachers: promoting school readiness by providing both curriculum and materials for parents to teach their children at home
  • Child Adult Care Food Program (CACFP): information and claiming support for the USDA food program for eligible family daycare providers
Making A Positive Impact In The Lives' of Children, Every Day Serving Greenville, AL

Making A Positive Impact
In The Lives of
Children Every Day

As a not-for-profit, and by operating as a lean organization where every dollar can make a difference, we can pour resources back into the community, bringing support to where it’s needed most.

We Support Our Community
with The Strengthening
Families Approach

We help strengthen families by promoting the skills, strengths, resources, and support they need. Empowering individuals, families, communities, and the larger society means offering children a brighter future. We support families in the following ways:
  • Parental/Provider Resilience
  • Social Connections
  • Concrete Support in Times of Need
  • Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development
  • Social and Emotional Competence of Children
  • Protective Factors

How Protective Factors Help
Families and The Community

Extensive evidence supports the common-sense notion that when these Protective Factors are present and robust in a family, the likelihood of abuse and neglect diminishes, and we can create healthy environments for the optimal development of all children.
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