We work with Child and Family Resource Center and provide mission-based leadership and strategic governance. Furthermore, the nonprofit mission seeks to ensure that all children and families receive the resources and foundational skills available so that they can be successful and learn.
WHAT WE DO
Child & Family Resource Foundation has a multilayered approach to providing psycho-emotional and social support for children in our local community.
Our programs include grief camps, mentoring programs, hosting community dinners, assisting teen moms with physical and emotional support, and Back to School backpack programs for Title I schools.
We believe the key to a child’s success in life is achieved through empowering their families to heal from grief, trauma and loss in their daily lives.
We provide community awareness on the effects of the ACES.
[ ADVERSE CHILDHOOD EXPERIENCES ]
i.e. mental abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, poverty, death
The Child and Family Resource Foundation's primary purpose is to educate, evaluate, address, coordinate, and provide resources to all children and families who come to us. We seek to ensure all children are equipped with a strong foundation and have the rote skills needed to be successful in school and in life.
Services listed are provided for children Preschool - College age on an income basis.
- Psychological Evaluations
- Individual Therapy & Group Therapy
- Grief Healing Camp
- Character Building and Leadership Camps & Workshops
- Transition Services for teens and young adults
The Child and Family Resource Foundation gathers in one place a wide range of necessary fundamental services that address the mental health, education, and overall wellness of children and families. Our services help develop positive outcomes in children and their families using awareness of social-emotional skill development, parent education, and school preventive measures, in addition to addressing social-emotional problems that currently exist within families.