Our Goal

To help families develop healthy relationships and achieve financial stability.

TOGETHER is a research project with UMD.

TOGETHER offers couples 3 services:




Our workshops, led by our couple and financial experts, can help you and your partner improve your communication, stress management, and financial literacy. 


Case Management

Our case managers will offer you support to achieve financial and relationship stability by helping to identify and connect you with services that may be beneficial for your family (e.g., mental health, financial coaching, medical, housing, food, legal).



Linkage to Employment Services

Case managers can connect you to our partners at SkillSource Group Inc. or American Job Center at Employ Prince George's.

Our Mission

Strong couple relationships and stable finances provide a foundation for the well-being of individuals, families, and communities. 


The goal of TOGETHER is to promote healthy family relationships, personal well-being, effective parenting, and employment and financial stability in our communities.

The TOGETHER Program provides a safe place for couples that want to improve their communication and problem solving skills, reduce their stress, and handle their finances successfully. TOGETHER also provides case management services connection with employment services.


We believe that by working together, couples can build long-lasting changes in their families.

Contact Us

For more information about participating or partnering with the TOGETHER Program, get in contact with us via email or phone.

Email: togetherumd@gmail.com

Phone: 1-877-432-1669

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The production of this website was supported by Grant #90ZB0004-01-00 from the Administration for Children and Families (ACF). Its content are solely the responsibility of The TOGETHER Program and do not necessarily represent the official views of ACF. The TOGETHER Program is a research project with the University of Maryland and Sheppard Pratt's Families Services, INC.