• Children's Advocacy

    Provided for children who may be victim's of sexual abuse, physical abuse or who have witnessed violent crime.

    We offer a child friendly place where vulnerable victims can feel safe telling what has happened to them so their healing can begin.

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  • Educational Classes

    Family Life Skills Program

    To enhance program outcomes the FRC has recommenced the Families First program design to serve the family as a whole. Parenting classes will now be referred to as Family Life Education classes and will consist of parenting, healthy relationships, conflict resolution, soft skills, and life skills.

    I. Effective Parenting classes will cover topics that encourage healthy and effective  parenting skills.

    • Child safety
    • Appropriate discipline
    • Effective communication
    • Building character
    • Positive self-esteem in children, as well as others.

    II. In healthy relationships participants will learn

    • Healthy communication skills
    • Problem solving techniques
    • Domestic violence education and prevention as well as other components

    III. Conflict resolution classes will include

    • Skills to problem solve
    • Healthy expressions of emotions
    • Levels of anger
    • anger triggers, etc.

    IV. Positive youth development classes will focus on topics such as

    • Problem solving
    • Building positive self-esteem and self-worth
    • Anti-bullying prevention
    • Teen dating violence awareness
    • Healthy relationship skills
    • Goal setting
    • Suicide prevention
    • Other topics that promote healthy decision making


    Participants will also learn how engaging in community service will motivate positive self-esteem and a feeling of accomplishment. It is our overall goal to promote healthier families in the community and to equip families and teens with the skills and support they need to be both productive and sucessful in life.

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  • Support Groups

     We offer a monthly support group for parents to empower them and to build confidence in their parenting skills. Also we provide domestice violence support groups once a month to help victims gain self esteem, confidence in themselves, and to let them know they are are not alone. 

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  • MDT Coordinator

    Multidisciplinary Team Coordinator facilitates monthly meetings between Children Advocacy Center's, DHS workers, law enforment, medical teams, guardian ad litems and the district attoney's office in each county to make assesments and investigate reports on child abuse.

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  • Parenting Tips

    Parenting Tips from the Family Resource Center 

    "Good Talking, Good Listening"

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  • Workshops

    We offer a varity of workshops that can be held at the center, at local churches, in the schools, or where ever we can be of service to the community. 

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  • Resource Parent Training

    We offer foster parent training through our parent education program. 

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Family Resource Center