FREE Youth Holiday Dance
Holiday Dance for for Franklin County Youth ages 12-16.
Friday, December 19th - 7:00 - 9:00 pm at the Union Middle School Gym. For more information click here.
Keep informed on news and events that involve children, youth, and families in Franklin County, Missouri.
The next FCCRB meeting will be Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 5:30 pm at Hagie's 19th - 618 North Washington Avenue, Union, MO 63084
The HOPE for Franklin County Coalition is providing a new support group meeting that we want you to know about. The Group is called "Start Talking", and will begin on January 10, at the First Baptist Church in St. Clair from 11am-noon.
This group meeting is specifically for adolescents ages 13-18 who are beginning to see the negative impact of alcohol or other drugs in their life. We know there are young people who are struggling with accepting they may have a problem, or that drug use by someone in their immediate circle is causing a problem for them, too. Taking the first step -- to Start Talking -- is often the hardest one.
For more information click here.
The FCCRB and our partner organizations offer many Adult Learning Opportunities throughout the year.
Free Love and Logic Parenting Class - January 15-16 - for more information click here.
Prevent the Zombie Apocalypse is an amazing outreach effort aimed at youth to keep them from abusing prescription drugs. Check it out and share with friends and family!
We pledge to use these sales tax revenues wisely and prudently as we work with agencies and organizations to provide a myriad of mental health-related services to benefit our children and yoFree training uth and their families. Our priority is the safety and wellness of the children and youth living within Franklin County county.
2015 Funding Announced
The Franklin County Children and Families Community Resource Board (FCCRB) announces contracts for the programs to be implemented in the 2015 funding cycle. The FCCRB voted to enter into contract with fifteen agencies to provide thirty-three programs to the children and youth of Franklin County who are nineteen years of age or less. The scope of these programs is set out in the state statute that enabled the Putting Kids First sales tax. The FCCRB will be funding nearly $2,600,000 in services in 2015. In addition through Special Projects Funding, the FCCRB will be funding the School Safety Coorination Pilot Program.
Press Release for 2015 Programs for more information- click here.
Break down of funded programs for 2015 - click here.