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Announcements

2016 Family Resource Center Program Evaluation Report
2016 Family Resource Center Program Evaluation Report

The Department of Children and Families has published the 2016 Family Resource Center Program Evaluation Report.

NBC Boston
Quincy FRC Program Featured in NBC Boston Story

The Children of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse (COASA) program, hosted by the Quincy Family Resource Center, is featured in this April 24 news story on NBC Boston. Quincy FRC Director Bryna Rogers was interviewed in the piece.

The COASA program starts on May 2; learn more in this flyer.

About Family Resource Centers

Massachusetts Family Resource Centers (FRCs) are a statewide network of community-based providers offering multi-cultural parenting programs, support groups, early childhood services, information and referral resources and education for families whose children range in age from birth to 18 years of age. A Family Resource Center is located in each of the 14 Massachusetts counties to provide easy access to information and assistance related to health care, safety, employment training, education and peer support. In each of our communities, our goal is to support families to strengthen their bonds, connect to others, and engage in their community. Our core values are: RESPECT, TRUST, SAFETY, WELLNESS, CARING, CONNECTIVITY, and EDUCATION.

FRCs are supported through funding from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Health and Human Services in collaboration with the Department of Children and Families (DCF)

Interested in hearing more about FRCs? Learn about the struggles one young adult faced, and the help that the Family Resource Center in Springfield can provide kids and young adults with similar experiences in this story and video on MassLive’s website

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Testimonials

We are doing the hardest job in the world, and probably the most important one, being parents. None of us were trained for this, we’re just supposed to know. There’s nothing like a little support to help when you’re not sure you’re doing the right thing, or when you need encouragement…and sometimes we just need information.
Parent involved with an FRC
...The staff at the Springfield Family Support Programs Family Resource Center have been amazing to work with. We, on behalf of the 4C (Collaborative Consultative Care Coordination) Program out of Baystate Children’s Hospital, are so grateful to have this program as a resource…
Laura DeSouza
Springfield
They make me feel happy and feel good about myself.
Teen involved with an FRC