Operated by The Home, The Boston-Suffolk County Family Resource Center is part of a statewide network of Family Resource Centers and primarily serves families from Boston, Chelsea, Winthrop and Revere, though families are welcome to receive services from any FRC in the Commonwealth. We require no referrals, are not insurance based and help families regardless of legal status. Our staff speaks English and Spanish. There are no eligibility requirements or costs associated with the program, and there is no waitlist.
The Home for Little Wanderers’ Boston-Suffolk County Family Resource Center provides services that strengthen families by connecting them to resources within their own communities and through innovative programming. Our specialized staff, comprised of clinicians, family partners, family support workers, an attorney and school liaisons, help families address their needs and achieve their goals.
The FRC at The Home for Little Wanderers offers ongoing support groups, workshops and practical programs for caregivers and youth, including:
• Evidenced-Based Parent Curriculums (Parenting Journey & Nurturing Families)
• Financial Literacy
• Programming for Youth: Life Skills Workshops; Social & Emotional Learning; Wellness Classes; Social Justice and Leadership; Creative Fun
• Parent Support
• English as a Second Language
Once a month, The FRC offers the following necessities to households that have completed an intake with us.
• Diapers & Wipes
• Personal Hygiene Products
• Household Cleaning Supplies
• Non-Perishable Foods
The FRC does not provide funding assistance, therapy or childcare. However, we can help with referrals. Additionally, the following resources may be helpful leads for providers and families looking for rent and housing assistance, early education options or regional mental health services.
Learn more about children requiring assistance here.
56 Dimock Street, Lower Level
Roxbury, MA 02119
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SATURDAY (2nd & 4th)
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