The Family Resource Center (FRC) is a non-profit organization that opened in May of 1998 we are entering our 16th year of serving the needs of children and families in New Hampshire's beloved North Country. The staff of the FRC continues to respond to the community's needs and remain committed to focusing our services and programming on working with individuals and families to aid them in learning and adopting skills that will fortify them on their journey to healthy family functioning.
Programs focus on strengthening the health and vitality of families in New Hampshire's North Country to overcome obstacles which interfere with healthy family functioning, educational achievement and financial stability.
The FRC’s mission statement: To build healthier families and stronger communities through positive relationships, programs, and collaborations in the North Country reflects the agency’s intensive focus on children, and families as well as investments in collaboration.
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The FRC’s programs serve all age groups, from infants to seniors as well as individuals with disabilities, veterans and at risk women. Serving all of Coos County, Northern Grafton County and Northern Carroll County.
Pumpkins carved by Afterschool students displayed on the 12th Street Bridge for the Riverfire event.