The Family Resource Center (FRC) is a single point of entry to access community-based, culturally competent family support services. The FRC helps families focus on strengthening their bonds, connecting to others, and engaging in their communities.
The Family Resource Center provides:
evidence-based parent education groups
peer-to-peer groups for youth and adults
information and assistance to families needing access to health, safety, employment training, education and peer support
cultural, social, and recreational events for families and youth
services specific to Children Requiring Assistance (CRA); for those who are having serious problems at home and at school, including runaways, truants, and sexually exploited children
The Family Resource Center works with parents, children, teens, grandparents, guardians, caregivers and any other family member or member of the community who may be involved with the family. Staff at the FRC can assess the needs of the family members, recommend services, and help with access to other community services if needed.
This program is a collaborative partnership between Family Service Association and Greater Fall River Re-Creation. Located at 45 Rock Street in Fall River, the site of the former Second District Court, the FRC can be reached via public transportation routes and is 3 tenths of a mile from Fall River's SRTA bus station.
Contact the Family Resource Center at 508-567-1735. If you wish to refer a child or youth to our program, please download and complete the FRC Referral Form by clicking HERE.
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