Woodlake family resource center presentationPresentation Transcript
168. N. Valencia Woodlake, Ca 93286 Woodlake Family Resource Center
Woodlake Family Resource Center(WFRC) Provides accessible services and referrals so that families will become self-sufficient and their children will become successful students. What is Woodlake Family Resource Center?
The mission of the Woodlake Family Resource is to increase children’s chance of success in school and life by providing a system of services which are easily accessible, comprehensive, culturally sensitive, and responsive to the children and their families “unique needs”.
WFRC is funded primarily through First Five (Proposition 10) and Healthy Start. Funding
Lead Social Worker
Who does the WFRC Serve?
WFRC is a non profit agency that is tied under the Woodlake School District. It serves about 9,500 clients, who 85% are Latinos
-WFRC serves anyone who’s in
need of services
-Target is low income families
Woodlake has a population of 7,418 Age of Population Percentage Under 5 years 10.0 18 years and over 62.2 65 years and over 7.5 Housing Units Percentage Owner Occupied 52.0 Rental Occupied 48.0 Race Percentage Hispanic 83.8 White 13.4 African American 0.3 American Indian 1.1 Asian 0.9 Below Poverty Level Percentage Families 33.0 Individuals 36.8
Woodlake Family Resource Center Services
-Language Development-Free to families with children 0-5 years
Resource & Referral
-Assist community members identify & access services
-On site Restraining Orders
Medi-Cal & Healthy Families
-Intake for community members
-Parent Support Group-English/Spanish Classes-No charge
-First Five New Parent Kits
Drug Counseling-Individual/Group-No Charge
-Adult/Adolescent youth-self and court referred
-Counseling for victims of sexual abuse
-Domestic Violence-group/individual counseling
-Family counseling for case managed families
-Women’s health education
-Behavior for Success-youth group
-Child Birth Classes
-Women Support Group
-Child Development Assessment Program for Children ages 0-5 years
-Adult/ Youth Mental Health
Child Safety Program
-Baby Stroller/High Chair Program
-Car Seat Program-minimal charge
Case Management/Home Visiting
-Set goals with families and assist in achieving goals
Basic Needs-No charge
Significant of Social Justice, Social Work Values, and Human Rights
-The Woodlake Family Resource Center promotes human rights and social justice by providing services to students and families to meet their basic needs.
-The School Readiness program ensures that children will receive free education.
-Te agency helps individuals access programs that are available to everyone.
-No person is turned away because of their status.