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  • Bullying

    Bullying extends across communities and can have serious outcomes for those involved. MSU Extension provides resources and programs to help adults work with young people to foster healthy social and emotional development.

  • Caregiving

    MSU Extension offers programs about disease self-management, which provide valuable information for caregivers of those with chronic health conditions.

  • Managing Relationships

    MSU Extension helps create healthy relationships between youth, parents, family, caregivers and the community. Through successful academic grades, healthy behavior and positive interactions individuals will find solutions to negative behavior in life.

  • Aging

    Individuals over the age of 65 have an average of two or more chronic conditions. MSU Extension aims to educate Michigan residents on lifestyle choices so as they age, they have a stronger health and are able to manage any health conditions that may arise.

  • Violence Prevention

    Violence prevention through MSU Extension focuses on intervention programs. Programs aim to change negative beliefs and attitudes that support violence while building relationships to find healthy alternatives to negative behavior.

  • Home Buyer Education

    As a HUD and MSHDA-certified counseling agency, MSU Extension helps potential, current and future home buyers/renters to understand the complex home buyer/renter process and learn the true costs of responsible homeownership.

  • Money Management

    This unbiased education presents best practices to help people at any stage in their financial lives. Topics include Making Money Decisions, Creating and Managing a Spending Plan, the Importance of Saving and Investing, and Credit/Debt Management.

  • Family

    Keeping Michigan families strong and successful—financially, emotionally and physically—is a big part of measuring MSU Extension’s success. Programs devoted to keeping families safe include those dealing with bullying and violence prevention.

  • MSU Tollgate Night Hike Series 2019

    Date: Feb 22, 2019
    Join MSU Tollgate Educational Leaders for a night hike through the Tollgate woods.

  • Mindfulness for Children - Helping Kids Manage Stress Kent County

    Date: Jan 13, 2020
    When children lack social and emotional skills, they act in ways that are challenging for parents, teachers, and caregivers. Mindfulness practices can meet a need for adults and children alike to find physical and mental calm in demanding times and places.

  • Teaching Kids Mindful Eating Kent County

    Date: Jan 20, 2020
    The objectives for this workshop are to learn the benefits of eating with mindful awareness, increase awareness of portion sizes for children, learn about competent eating and experience mindful eating.

  • RELAX: Alternatives to Anger Series Kent County

    Date: Feb 03, 2020
    How people handle anger affects all those around them. This four week series includes lessons on anger triggers, ways to calm down, positive problem solving and forgiving and letting go of the past.

  • RELAX: Alternatives to Anger Series Kent County

    Date: Jan 06, 2020
    How individuals handle their anger and stress effects all the people around them. During this four-week series participants learn about anger triggers, ways to calm down, positive problem solving, effective communication skills and forgiving and letting go

  • RELAX: Alternatives to Anger Fast Track Kent County

    Date: Mar 02, 2020
    How people handle their anger affects all those around them, including children. This four-week series includes lessons on recognizing anger triggers, learning ways to calm down, positive problem solving, and forgiving and letting go of the past.

  • The Parent Talk System

    Date: Feb 14, 2020
    This FREE six session parenting series authored by Chick Moorman and Thomas Haller focuses on the language we use when talking to and with our children. Learn a style of communication that models and promotes respect and encourages appropriate behavior.

  • Robert Weber

    586-469-7610
    weberro2@msu.edu
    Financial & Homeownership Educator

  • Credit (E1967)

    Published on October 14, 2015
    People who don't have credit sometimes find it hard to establish. Credit worthiness will be evaluated before you are granted credit. Credit worthiness is determined by your character, capital and capacity.

  • Preparing Young Children for Success

    Published on May 25, 2016
    A summary of MSU Extension's early childhood education programming in 2015.

  • 4-H Military Family Book Sheets

    Published on January 20, 2014
    The 4-H Military Family Book Sheets help parents and guardians find books and activities to help their children during various stages of their service members’ deployments.

  • Molds in the Home: What Should You Do? (E2814)

    Published on September 22, 2016
    Guidelines for preventing and controlling molds in the home.

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