Family and Community Resource Center of Weed
260 Main Street
Weed, CA 96094
Bliss Bryan, Executive Director
Regina Weston, Program Director
The Family & Community Resource Center of Weed (FCRCW) operates under the fiscal agent of the Mt. Shasta Community Resource Center and is entering their third year of funding from First 5 Siskiyou. The dedicated Family and Community Resource Center of Weed team includes an Executive Director, Program Director, Program Assistant, AmeriCorps Family Support Worker and a Boles Fire Recovery Case Manager. The FCRCW team takes great consideration in planning, organizing and implementing programs, events and activities that best meet the needs of the Weed community. The FCRCW team is dedicated to serving the community of Weed, while strengthening families, providing information on community resources and supporting families and individuals to promote healthier and happier family environments. We provide information and support to help individuals and the community increase their satisfaction with their environment, whether it is their home life, personal goals or a common goal-we are committed to helping guide you to find the solution that best serves you and your family.
A proposed calendar for the 2015-16 fiscal year includes, but is not limited to, the following programs/activities.
Tulelake/Newell Family Resource Center
PO Box 790 (810 Main Street)
Tulelake, CA 96134
Carol Cullins, Executive Director
The Tulelake/Newell Family Resource Center is located in the Tulelake Youth and Community Center (The Honker) in front of the Tulelake High School. Operating hours are Monday thru Thursday from 8:00 am to 12:00 noon drop in and 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm by appointment. The Center, a division of T.E.A.C.H., Inc., began providing services in Tulelake and the surrounding area in April 1997. Since its inception it has provided a variety of health, educational and basic support services to children, youth and adults residing in the Tulelake area of Siskiyou County through support from First 5 Siskiyou, Siskiyou County MHSA, SCNAC, MSCAA and other supporting funders.
Scott Valley Family Resource Center
PO Box 981 (11920 Main Street)
Fort Jones, CA 96032
Executive Director – Pamela Pease
“Our mission is to be a community-based organization dedicated to strengthening the community by enriching and empowering its individuals and families.”
Scott Valley FOCUS is a grassroots non-profit organization which seeks to improve the lives of everyone living in Scott Valley and the surrounding areas. Our staff consists of a Director, Program Coordinator, and Personal Services Coordinator. Our staff works in coordination with a community of volunteers to keep our programs running. Through multiple funding sources and community volunteers, Scott Valley Family Resource Center offers a wide range of services and programs such as resource and referral services, Parent Education classes, playgroups, Family Fun Nights, a computer lab with open access, Healthy Families and EDD online application assistance, Early Head Start program, WIC story time and book giveaway, car seat giveaway, bike helmet giveaway, new parent kits, nutrition education and after school enrichment. Community building activities include the Fort Jones Friends of the Library, Artisan Faire, Annual QVIR bike Rodeo, Salmon Festival and Water Festival. The long-term goal of Scott Valley FOCUS FRC is to provide a continuum of programs and services for community members from birth to 100 years of age.
The success of this grassroots organization depends on the many volunteers that provide programs services and leadership to improve the life of the children, youth, families and community members in our great valley.
Mt. Shasta Community Resource Center
109 E. Lake St.
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
Bliss Bryan – Director
The Mt. Shasta Community Resource Center (MSCRC) is a non-profit 501c3 organization whose mission is to embrace our diverse community by providing support, resources and services for all ages. The vision of the MSCRC is to unite our community through creative, collaborative partnerships. The MSCRC strives to create an inviting atmosphere available to all community members. We work together to enhance and expand our community resources through a broad spectrum of community partnerships including: business, childcare, economic development, education, recreation, public health, social services and community development. The administration and implementation of the
organization’s programs are implemented by a dedicated team including an Executive Director, Program Assistant, Family Services Coordinator, Experience Works volunteer and two, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program volunteers committed to serving the Mt. Shasta community and its residents. The operation and planning of the MSCRC is overseen by a Board of directors comprised of six members of the community. The Board of Directors represents a broad spectrum of community involvement and expertise including child development, economic development, education, recreation, public health and community planning.
The Mt. Shasta Community Resource Center operates under the following guiding principles:
INCLUSIVE: Serving community members across all age, cultural, class and social backgrounds.
EXPANSIVE: Continually developing programs and activities that address diverse community needs.
EMPOWERING: Offering information, education, tools and support to help you grow.
COLLABORATIVE: Partnering with local businesses, libraries, schools, and other non-profits to create cooperative opportunities for our community.
INVITING: Providing a safe place to connect with essential resources in a supportive environment.
The HUB Communities Family Resource Center
PO Box 906 (310 S. 13th St.)
Montague, CA 96064
Michelle O’Gorman – Executive Director
Katy Popa – Program Coordinator
The HUB Communities Family Resource Center is centrally located within the 10 rural “frontier” communities known as Shasta Valley. Our main office is located in downtown Montague. Our mission is to empower individuals and families by providing services, resources, and referrals, while celebrating the diversities and strengths unique to each community. The Hub provides services and activities for people of all ages. In addition to the funded First 5 project objectives, the Hub also provides Mental Health Services, Parenting classes, a Cal Fresh Outreach Program, MediCal and Great Northern application assistance, a Community Garden Project, and much more. Please call to get on our mailing list for monthly calendar of events and newsletter or find us on Facebook at Hub Communities FRC.
Dunsmuir Community Resource Center
PO Box 226 (5844 Dunsmuir Ave.)
Dunsmuir, CA 96025
Michelle O’Gorman, Executive Director
Dunsmuir Community Resource Center’s (DCRC) mission is to encourage healthy lifestyles and successful choices for the children and families of the Dunsmuir community. The Dunsmuir Community Resource Center’s vision is the hope that Dunsmuir families will receive the community support, referrals and resources necessary to meet their own family’s needs. The children and families of Dunsmuir will have ample opportunity to engage in learning and personal growth through the programs that evolve from the DCRC. DCRC will be responsive to and accountable to the community that it serves.
Butte Valley Community Resource Center
111 W. Third St.
Dorris, CA 96023
530-397 CARE (2273)
Executive Director: Karen McMillan
The Butte Valley Community Resource Center (BVCRC) is the result of the needs and the collaboration among the local stakeholders to provide services and opportunities for our fellow community members in Dorris and the surrounding Butte Valley. BVCRC’s partners include but are not limited to Mt. Valleys Health Center, Butte Valley Unified School District, Butte Valley Montessori Children’s House, Butte Valley Chamber of Commerce, First 5 Siskiyou, Community Services Council, Siskiyou County Sheriffs and local City and County officials, and all Siskiyou County service organizations.
The Center maintains an open door policy for drop-in services. Programs and services have been developed throughout the Center’s years of operation according to the needs of the Butte Valley community and are expanding each year.
First 5 Siskiyou
In November 1998 the State of California imposed an additional 50 cents a pack tax on cigarettes. The monies generated by this tax are set aside solely for use in improving the health and development of young children ages prenatal to 5 years old.
The monies are divided among the counties based on birth statistics. Each county has the freedom to identify its own needs for the health and development of its young children and how best to satisfy those needs.
First 5 Siskiyou (formerly Siskiyou Children & Families Commission) was first formed and began meeting in April 1999.
Seven Commissioners, appointed by the Board of Supervisors, meet monthly on the 4th Wednesday. Most meetings are held at Siskiyou County of Education, Siskiyou Room, 609 S. Gold St., in Yreka. Occasionally meetings are scheduled in other locations as posted.
Community Teams were formed in each of the County’s 10 major population areas to carry out the Commission’s agenda. Nine of the teams have evolved into Family and Community Resource Centers offering diversified programs throughout the county.
The FRC/CRCs receive funding from First 5 Siskiyou through annual RFFs to provide programs that fit the needs of each community.
Funds are set aside each year for specific countywide projects.
First 5 Siskiyou Children & Families Commission
310 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd., Suite 5
Mt. Shasta, CA 96067
PHONE: 530/ 918-7222
FAX: 530/ 918-9067
Executive Director Karen Pautz: firstname.lastname@example.org
Administrative Services Coordinator Cheryl Sanchez: email@example.com
Siskiyou County Library Adult Literacy Program
- Providing one-on-one coaching to adult learners who want to improve their literacy level and achieve personal goals
- Coaches and learners can meet at the learner’s schedule at the library or another public location to help them improve their reading, writing and math skills and help them prepare for the GED
Name: Sherrill Moore
Contact information: 530-842-8804 / firstname.lastname@example.org