The community-integrated center provides services that support the health and well-being of families through a comprehensive array of support services, advocacy, and resource referrals.Services include: parent education groups, school readiness programs, prenatal education, developmental screenings and more. An on-site computer lab allows members of the community to search for employment, and learn typing and office skills, budgeting, resume building, and other employment development activities.
This event, open to the public, will kick off with a ribbon cutting ceremony with the Turlock Chamber of Commerce at 3 p.m. Families who attend can enjoy healthy snacks and fun activities, such as “Story Time” led by the Turlock Library, as they learn more about services offered to families and the community.
Where: Turlock Family Resource Center, 2160 Geer Road, Turlock, Calif. 95380
When: Thursday, Aug. 7, from 3-6 p.m.
Who: Aspiranet hosts the grand re-opening of the Turlock Family Resource Center
Aspiranet’s TFRC is made possible by a grant from the Stanislaus County Children and Families Commission and Community Services Agency. For more information about the TFRC, call (209) 668-6118 or visit www.aspiranet.org/
Aspiranet, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) strengthens children, youth, families and communities through seven core programs including: Foster Care, Adoption, Residential, Transition Age Youth, Behavioral Health, Intensive Home Based Services and Family and Community Services throughout 45 locations within California.
Founded in 1975 as a six-bed group home for young boys in Moss Beach, Calif., Aspiranet is one of the most diverse nonprofit social service agencies in the state. With a statewide network of innovative services, Aspiranet serves more than 10,000 families each year. For more information, please visit www.aspiranet.org.