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Sacramento – The Relationship Skills Center (RSC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening families by teaching couples and parents communication techniques and relationship skills, has ceased operations.

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“We are saddened and disappointed that the federal funding stream we relied on to implement our Flourishing Families Program was not renewed,” says Amanda Olekszulin, president of the board of directors. “Because of this unfortunate situation, the board decided that we conclude our current class schedule and close the organization. We are grateful that through the distribution of our remaining assets and resources, we had the opportunity to support more than 35 local nonprofits.”

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Although RSC was heavily reliant on grants from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Center credits the generosity of time, dedication, and commitment from donors, volunteers, community leaders, members of faith-based organizations, board members and staff who helped pilot and grow the organization. Carolyn Rich Curtis, Ph.D., a Sacramento, family and marriage therapist, founded the organization in 2005.

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“The Relationship Skills Center has served more than 6,000 participants since 2005, and the majority of them are leading more rewarding lives because of the skills they acquired through the relationship skills classes,” says Erin Stone, the Center’s current executive director. “We all still believe that strong families build healthy communities, and each of us will continue our commitment to that mission in our own way.”

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The Relationship Skills Center received the prestigious Daily Point of Light Award from the Points of Light Foundation and the Office of the President of United States. This award is given to individuals and groups who are creating meaningful change in communities across America. GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews about nonprofit organizations, also honored the Center with a prestigious 2012 Top-Rated Award.


RSC closed its doors December 1.