Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center (FRC) offers a variety of services and workshops for families with children age 0-18. Services are designed
to improve the lives of families and individuals. There is no cost or income requirements for any of the services.
The FRC is a collaborative of local government and community agencies who provide health, education, social, cultural and community services to the families of San Benito County.
The mission of the Family Resource Center is
to provide our community a safe, nurturing, family-oriented environment, dedicated to the delivery of services that empowers all families and reduces the maltreatment of children.
Services provided include:
Information and Referrals – Family Resource Center staff can assist you in locating and connecting you to services within the community.
Independent Living Skills – A variety of videos, workshops, and classes are available for teens that are age 16 or older needing to develop skills for the job market and eventual independence. Must have been in foster care to be eligible for these services.
Great Beginnings – A home visitation program for families with children ages 0-5, which is designed to provide families with parental support and information about child development, age appropriate expectations, community resources and school readiness. Services are provided through home visits and center based activities.
Workshops and Family Wellness Classes – A variety of workshops and Family Wellness classes are offered throughout the year. Workshops and classes focus on strengthening families and individuals, encouraging fun, togetherness and good communication among the family.
Adolescent Family Life Program – Services designed for pregnant or parenting teens that encourage their continuation and completion of their high school education. Information, support and referrals are also provided.
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|Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm