FAMILY RESOURCE CENTERS NETWORK OF CALIFORNIA

Improving lives for families of children with disabilities

All children need love and support to grow and thrive

As a coalition of Early Start Family Resource Centers, we train together, we set standards together, and we unite our voices together to advocate for better policies across the state.

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Train and Inform:

Providing professional development to staff at Early Start Family Resource Centers.

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Connect:

Forging partnerships to help get families the services they need for their children.

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Advocate:

Using our collective voice to improve access for families and children with disabilities.

What is the FRCNCA?

This video offers a introduction to the Family Resource Centers Network of California, a coalition of 45 Early Start FRCs in California.

What’s the challenge?

The world can be daunting and confusing when your infant or toddler has been diagnosed with a disability or developmental delay. Dozens of words you may not recognize, a complicated web of services that is difficult to navigate, parents and caregivers seek help and support to figure it out.

In Numbers

Organizational members

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Trainings every year

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Staff trained to date

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Lives impacted

What’s the solution?

At any of the 45 Early Start Family Resource Centers across California, parents and caregivers can get connected with parent-to-parent support, coaching and mentoring.

The Family Resource Centers Network of California is a coalition that ensures staff at Early Start Family Resource Centers statewide are given opportunities to access cutting-edge professional development and enhanced connections with other professionals in the field.

Grace Miranda Huerta (Family Resource Center Staff)

Suddenly we were thrust into the unknown of how we were going to continue giving support to our early start families. I can’t thank you enough for the strategies of how to work remotely and remain connected to our community...I gained an extended support of colleagues, together sharing ideas that give strength and resilience to our families.

Grace Miranda Huerta (Family Resource Center Staff)
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