Services

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For additional information on any of the following services, please call the La Habra Family Resource Center at (714) 447-3460
or email us at info@frclahabra.org

 

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Information and Referrals

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Our Information and Referral Specialist is here Monday – Friday between 8:30am-5:00pm to help you right away with referrals for: emergency utility assistance, food banks, clothing assistance, rental assistance, shelters, etc. Come in to the Family Resource Center or call us at (714) 447-3460.


Individual Family and Group Counseling

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We work with Western Youth Services (WYS) to provide free counseling services in English or Spanish. Individual, Family and Group Counseling Services is available for families with children in the home who are 0-18 years old. You must make an appointment for this service. Call or visit the Family Resource Center for more information.


Legal Help

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We work with the Public Law Center (PLC) to give free legal help, legal advice and legal representation to low-income families with children in the home who are 0-18 years old, who are either legal residents of the United States or undocumented. You must make an appointment for this service. Call or visit the Family Resource Center for more information.


Domestic Violence Services

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We work with Interval House to provide Domestic Violence (DV) Counseling Services and PEP (Personal Empowerment Program) classes to families with children in the home that are 0-18 years old. Please call or visit the Family Resource Center for more information.


Parent Education Classes

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Everyone can use a little help to become a better parent. The Family Resource Center offers parenting education classes for families with children 3-17 years old. These parenting classes cover topics such as: the importance of being a parent, positive vs. negative discipline, talking with your child, encouragement and motivation, the importance of consistency and much more. For parents of pre-teens and teenagers, topics include: the parent as a positive role model, open communication, interacting with your teenager, drug/alchohol prevention, gang violence and much more. Call the Family Resource Center for dates and times of these services or see our calendar on this website for schedules. You may need to register first before attending class.


Family Advocacy / Case Management

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For those with children 0-18 years old in their home who need one-to-one help. We provide guidance, resources, referrals, and follow-up from our Family Advocate/Case Manager. Please call or visit the Family Resource Center for further information and to schedule an appointment.


Health Insurance and Medi-Cal / Foodstamp Application Assistance

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We are here to help you enroll in health insurance through Covered CA. We can help you sign up for Medi-Cal and other insurance plans for which you are eligible. Our staff are Certified Enrollment Counselors (CEC). They have been trained to help families complete many health insurance applications provided by Covered CA. In addition, the Family Resource Center (FRC) has a county eligibility worker that comes into the FRC weekly to help families apply for Medi-cal and Food stamps. An appointment is needed for this service. Please call the Family Resource Center for more information.


Adoptive, Foster & Kinship Caregiver Support Services

family2-icon Adoptive, Foster & Kinship Caregiver Support Services

Olive Crest help us provide classes and workshops for adoptive, foster and kinship (relative) caregivers. For more information about this service, please call or visit the Family Resource Center.


Art 4 Healing

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We work with Art & Creativity for Healing Inc. to offer Art 4 Healing workshops for children, teens and adults. These workshops are geared toward those individuals who wish to express their feelings (therapeutically) with color through painting with acrylic paints on canvas. No previous art experience necessary. Please call or visit the Family Resource Center for more information.


Emergency Assistance

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We can provide you with information on where and how to obtain emergency food, diapers, clothing or shelter. In addition, we can help find services that will give you help with your utility bill and housing needs. Please call or visit the La Habra Family Resource Center for more information.


Child Medical and Dental Care at Friends of Family Health Center

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The Family Resource Center can refer you to IHA’s Friends of Family Health Center, a community clinic serving children of low-income families with medical or dental needs. Please call or visit the La Habra Family Resource Center for more information or call Friends of Family Health Center directly at (562) 690-0400.


Health Access Services for Children ages 0-3

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Our Health Access program offers Health Education services for pregnant mothers and children 0-3 years old. Such services include: Breast feeding intervention, oral health education, developmental Screenings, Health Education Classes, Immunization Screenings, In-Home Health and Safety Education for parents and newborns, Medical home visits with a Public Health Nurse or Promotora/Health Advocate, referrals to community agencies and support services.


SMART Moves - Youth and Teen Program

school-bus-icon SMART Moves – Youth and Teen Program

We work with the Boys and Girls Clubs of La Habra to provide the Skills Mastery and Resistance Training (S.M.A.R.T.) Moves program, which is for children 6-15 year old. The S.M.A.R.T. moves program is a national prevention program that helps young people avoid four of the most immediate threats to children’s well-being: alcohol, tobacco, drugs, and teen pregnancy. The S.M.A.R.T. moves program is provided by the Boys and Girls Clubs of La Habra.