Provided for children who may be victim's of sexual abuse, physical abuse or who have witnessed violent crime. We offer a child-friendly place where vulnerable victims can feel safe telling what has happened to them so their healing can begin.
To enhance program outcomes the FRC has recommended the Families First program design to serve the family as a whole. Parenting classes will now be referred to as Family Life Education classes and will consist of parenting, healthy relationships, conflict resolution, soft skills, and life skills.
We offer a monthly support group for parents to empower them and to build confidence in their parenting skills. Also, we provide domestic violence support groups once a month to help victims gain self-esteem, confidence in themselves, and to let them know they are are not alone.
Multidisciplinary Team Coordinator facilitates monthly meetings between Children Advocacy Center's, DHS workers, law enforcement, medical teams, guardian ad items and the district attorney's office in each county to make assessments and investigate reports on child abuse.
Parenting Tips from the Family Resource Center
"Good Talking, Good Listening"
We offer a variety of workshops that can be held at the center, at local churches, in the schools, or where ever we can be of service to the community.
Resource Parent Training
We offer foster parent training through our parent education program.