How We Help

​Parent Mentoring Workshops and Classes can help families when:

 creates anxiety for everyone, but especially children because often they mistakenly feel responsible for tension between parents or possibly the reason for the divorce. The services of FRC can help when:

  • families are in the process of custody litigation
  • children experience conflict between parents during visitation times
  • a comfortable, neutral setting for visits or exchanges with families is needed
  • a former spouse/partner uses children as a method of control

​Child Maltreatment, is primarily a learned behavior. The cycle of child maltreatment—that is, physical and/or emotional abuse and/or neglect—can be reduced when parents receive the skills they need to be better parents through our supportive visitation
​program. FRC can help children in these situations when:

  • they have witness domestic violence or been the victims of abuse
  • their parent(s) needs to attend court-order classes
    regarding inappropriate behavior
  • they are currently in foster care and separated from their parents

Chemical Dependency is devastating to the entire family. The services of FRC can
​help children and the entire family cope and heal when:

  • children have been exposed to drugs or alcohol during visitation
  • children have been exposed to illegal drug use in the home
  • children or other family members have witnessed inappropriate behavior due to excessive alcohol consumption  

There are fees associated with services received at Family Resource
​Connection(FRC), but no family is denied service due to inability to pay. In certain
​cases, a sliding fee scale is utilized; however, service fees do not cover the complete
​cost incurred by FRC.