Family Resource Centers
Fighting Back Partnership's Family Resource Centers (FRC) support several key programs:
Creating A Beloved Community: Family and the Road to Resilience Program (CaBC)
Creating A Beloved Community: OUD Prevention and Education
South Solano Project Room Key-City of Vallejo
The FRC programs offer support services for families in mitigating homelessness, protecting children and providing essential basic needs. The CaBC expand support services by providing quality programs for pregnant women and mothers with infants along with their families.
FRC has three objectives: (1) meet basic needs like rental assistance and equitable wage opportunities, (2) increase financial success through sound money management practices, and (3) support family success through parent education.
These objectives are achieved through:
Linking families and individuals to basic needs resources in their communities
Benefits screening and application assistance for public benefits
Limited emergency financial assistance for rent, utilities, food, and clothing
Financial counseling services that emphasize budgeting and savings
Parent education and skill-building to minimize child abuse and neglect
Parent supports to increase engagement in their children’s education
Holiday assistance that includes toys for youth and resources for homeless families
Family is the foundation of love, support, and strength, shaping the core of a compassionate society.
Contact us for more information:
Phone (707) 648-5230 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact one of the FRCs:
Greater Vallejo Family Resource Center (at the JFK Library)
505 Santa Clara St., 3rd Fl.
Vallejo, CA 94590
North Vallejo Family Resource Center
(at Solano Middle School)
East Vallejo Family Resource Center
(at Jesse Bethel High School)
Patterson Family Resource Center
(at Grace Patterson Elementary School)
As of Dec 1, 2019,
Over 500 low-income, under-resourced families and individuals built more stable and successful futures by partnering with the FRC
Over 50 households received parent education to enhance their parenting skills through age-appropriate discipline practices, nurturing principles, and an increased understanding of child development from infancy through the adolescent years
The FRC prevented over 100 at-risk families from either becoming homeless or assisting homeless families with acquiring new homes.
The Family Resource Center is sponsored by the Solano County Department of Health and Social Services, the Children’s Network of Solano County, First 5 Solano and the Vallejo City Unified School District.