Fresno Family Counseling Center
Fresno Family Counseling Center has been successful in establishing new collaborations with various community agencies and surrounding school districts. These partnerships allow the FFCC to provide vital training for our graduate students while serving the mental health needs of the marginalized and underserved in our community.
Fresno County Superintendent of Schools Migrant Region IV
In 2019, Fresno Family Counseling Center established a partnership with Fresno County Superintendent of Schools. This partnership provides psychoeducational workshops to high school students and parents of migrant eligibility.
Family HealthCare Network and the Mexican Consulate of Fresno
The center began a partnership in 2017 with the Mexican Consulate to reduce mental health stigma by providing outreach services and psycho-education to the families they service. In August 2018, they granted $20,000 to expand mental health services targeting:
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Economic Opportunities Commission Transitional Shelter
The center received a grant in 2017 through the Economic Opportunities Commission (EOC) to provide crisis stabilization services to the homeless population between the ages of 18-24. In the 2017-2018 fiscal period, 498 counseling sessions were provided at the transitional shelter.
Kaiser Family Foundation
In 2016, the center received a grant through the Kaiser Family Foundation to provide Nurturing Parenting Classes. Classes were provided at Fresno Family Counseling Center, Owens Valley Career Development Center, Kids Kare Foster Care Agency, Biola Self-Help Enterprises, Onsite Counseling, The Children’s Lighthouse, Tarpey Elementary School, and California Autism Center.
Established a collaborative research venture with the Theraplay® Institute to provide specialized play therapy sessions focused on adoptive families.