FRCA’s network provides thousands of families each year with safe, accessible places to connect with comprehensive, coordinated services in their communities.
FRCA celebrates 25 years of the Family Resource Center program in Colorado with a “Day at the Capitol” and an official proclamation from the Governor’s Office declaring April 10, 2018, “Family Resource Center Day” is issued by the state.
FRCA was recognized as a Promising Practice in Poverty Reduction by the Colorado Poverty Reduction Task Force.
FRCA significantly expands its Healthy Living program with the support of The Colorado Health Foundation
FRCA strengthens its statewide Family Development and Self-Reliance program by training 120 family development workers in the evidence-based Family Development Credential.
FRCA establishes a new statewide Healthy Living program with the support of The Colorado Health Foundation.
State partner for family resource centers in legislation moved to Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Family Resource Center Association obtains nonprofit status and hires the first Executive Director.
State program sunsets; 21 existing family centers form the Family Resource Center Association as a statewide network for advocacy and funding
Colorado Department of Human Services establishes Family Resource Centers Program as a 5-year pilot public-private initiative to help vulnerable families.
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