Allegany Hope providing free National Marriage Week resources to help strengthen marriage and families

Allegany Hope is joining with many other organizations throughout the United States during National Marriage Week USA in promotion of strong marriages and families, by providing free access to hundreds of video resources which can be viewed individually, as couples, or in small groups.

The annual observance, which Allegany Hope has joined in for several years, starts today and runs through Valentine’s Day.

Casey Jones, Allegany Hope executive director, said the organization is offering its video library through RightNow Media @Work without charge to all area couples and residents as part of its focus on Building Healthy Communities Through Healthy Families.

The entire library contains over 20,000 videos from Christian counselors, pastors and authors in individual presentations, series, and slides which can be used for non-commercial purposes.

Presenters include pastor and Living on the Edge radio host Chip Ingram, counselor and author Henry Cloud who co-authored Boundaries and many other popular self-help books, Licensed Professional Counselor Debra Fileta, pastor and speaker Gary Thomas, authors Tim and Kathy Keller, counselors and authors Les and Leslie Parrott, and sports figures Tony Dungy and Tim Tebow, among others.

There also are video library sections focused on parenting, wholesome videos for children of all ages, including teens, business assistance including that for entrepreneurial couples, communications and teamwork, leadership, professional development, conflict resolution, mental health and wellness, values and culture, faith and work, finances, studies for both men and women, and more.

Individuals can access the library by sending their name, community of residence, email address, and telephone number in event of registration issues. to or (484) 435-0503.

Allegany Hope also will be publishing information over the several days on various other free resources which can help strengthen marriage and families