About Us!


The National Healthy Marriage Institute was founded in 2006. At that time our mission was to promote marriage and the benefits that marriage brings to couples and families. This continues to be our mission today. Through research we have determined that many benefits come from learning relationship skills and techniques, which will increase the likelihood of couples forming and having a healthy relationships. Our challenges continues to be how do we help others accomplish this goal.

We are excited about one of our newest endeavors, The Date Night Rewards Club! The Date Night Rewards Club (DNR) was invented with the couple in mind! This club rewards you for going on dates with your spouse! Through DNR you will have the opportunity to use valuable coupons at your favorite restaurants, entertainment places, and more to save you money while strengthening your relationship with your spouse! We are excited you are here and look forward to hearing from you!

Date Night Rewards and The National Healthy Marriage Institute, LLC are a non-partisan, non-denominational, non-profit organization.  With the development of this program our goals is to put proceeds back into the community by providing date night opportunities for hard working teachers, firefighters, police officers, paramedics, nurses and all other every day heroes in our communities free of charge as well as apply funds to the development of new programs to benefit healthy marriage relationships.

If you are interested in donating to our cause of promoting healthy marriage please consider donating at invest@healthymarriage.org


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  1. My husband and I have never been great with date nights, even when we were dating! We’ve been married for 10 years, and together for 16 years, so we know each other very well. We have always been true to our vows and our marriage. Taking time for ourselves has been hard. Recently my husband was diagnosed with Liver cancer. My husband had partial surgery. Halfway through surgery, it was discovered that he had more tumors on the other side of his liver, that t e doctor delicately held in his hands. Now the option left for Steve, my husband, is Chemotherapy and radiation. However, I don’t feel very optimistic about this situation. I wish we could get out, between chemo, sickness and hopefully remission! That would be the best outcome. I hope you can help us! We really need help, physically and mentally. Thank you, Susan W.

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