Victoria Family Resource Center
Our Family Resource Center integrates programs and services so that children are given the opportunity to succeed in life. Since 2002, the Family Resource Centers have evolved to become a bridge that connects families more quickly and appropriately- improving family functioning & children's lives. We provide comprehensive case management services to increase health and the well-being of individuals.
The Family Resource Centers serve as a community hub that brings together community resources to inform, educate, and advocate for families to gain access to necessary opportunities to provide their children a stable and healthy living environment.
Access to the following resources are offered at this location:
food, clothing, & shelter resources, counseling programs through both our partners and within our centers, tutoring and youth program resources through our boost program, adult and parent education.
Victoria FRC provides free clothing and school items to students and adults who are homeless or reside in low-income communities, so they can improve their lives, improve attendance, and fill the gaps that parents are unable to meet. Donations are always accepted!
In partnership with Inland Empire United Way, we are able to provide Kids Pack to children who are homeless or receive free or reduced lunches during school hours. Kids Pack is a backpack with non-perishable food and personal hygiene items to carry them over the weekend who would otherwise go hungry over the weekend.
Every Wednesday morning, bread is donated from Panera to this FRC location. Bread Friday's is free to anyone in the community. We offer Bagels, Loafs, Sliced Bread, Baked Goods, Bread Bowl Loafs, Baguettes. Come and enjoy some breakfast to accompany your morning cup of coffee from 8:00 A.M - 11:00 A.M.