Family Resource Centers

Our Family Resource Centers work hand in hand with local communities to enhance the well-being of children and families. We ensure easy access to vital programs, services, classes, and support groups, prioritizing their wellness. Across Stanislaus County, our community centers offer a safe space for individuals and families to access resources and cultivate personal growth. Together, we’re building a brighter and more hopeful future for everyone.

Community Services Provided

Case Management

Promotoras serve as a bridge between healthcare institutions, professional providers, and community residents in need of healthcare services.

Mental Health services are available to eligible children and adults. These services include assessment, individual and family counseling.

Promotoras serve as a bridge between healthcare institutions, professional providers, and community residents in need of healthcare services.

The resource centers can offer referrals and link­ages to services such as housing assistance, food, diapers, support groups, prenatal care, medical services, and counseling. These services are avail­able to everyone in the community.

The resource centers offer a variety of parent education and support groups in both English and Spanish. Topics include positive discipline, working with difficult children school readiness, child development and well-being topics, etc. Social skills groups for children are provided at the same time as the parent education classes. Call for a schedule of classes.

The resource centers provide a variety of health education outreach services that includes fitness and nutrition classes, help with insurance enrollment, Cal Fresh (food stamps) application assistance, and community health fairs.

The resource centers offer activities that help prepare children and their parents to have success in the educational system. These services include family literacy and English as a Second Language classes.

The goal of the Youth Assessment Center (YAC) is to prevent youth from formally entering the justice system and connecting them to resources that will help them be resilient, responsible, and positively involved in the community.

Youth are referred to the YAC program through the Stanislaus County Juvenile Probation Department. YAC works in partnership with Behavioral Health and Recovery Services Prevention and Early Intervention, Juvenile Probation Department, and Sierra Vista Child & Family Services Family Resource Centers.

The clothes closet provides clothing for children and parents. This was designed to help families provide adequate clothing for their children, as well as cloth­ing that may be needed for parents who are return­ing to the workforce. The eligibility for use of the clothes closet is determined on a case-by-case basis. Access is available by appointment.

Family Resource Centers​

Eligibility: Our services are open to the public.

Cost: No cost for any services. Funding is provided through Stanislaus County Children & Families Commission, Kaiser Permanente, Stanislaus County Community Services Agency and Behavioral Health and Recovery Services.

Drop-In Family Resource Center

Hughson Family Resource Centers

North Modesto Family Resource Center

Waterford Family Resource Center

South Modesto Wellness Center