The Family Resource Center at Gorham (FRC) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation established in 1997.
Conceived in the belief that the promotion of citizen access to social, educational, medical, mental health and family related services strengthens the foundation of our community's overall health and vitality.
The FRC began its mission with only part time staff and volunteers, with an original budget of $35,000.

 

Key Staff

Executive Director
Patti Stolte
603-466-5190 x 304
pstolte@frc123.org

 

Office Manager
Joseph Young
603-466-5190 x 300
joe.young@frc123.org
Entering our 18th year of serving the needs of children and families in the North Country.

 

Donations to the FRC are tax deductible.
Accounting & Billing
Ron Fini
603-466-5190 ext 302
ron.fini@frc123.org
   

 

Family Support Programs/Help for Families
Jen Buteau, Program Director
603-466-5190 x 303
jen.buteau@frc123.org
Expanded Family Support and in-home visiting service to cover Coos County and Northern Grafton County.

 

The FRC is an IRS sanctioned Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site.

VITA
Joseph Young
603-466-5190 ext. 300
joe.young@frc123.org

 

Youth & Afterschool Programs
Judy Arsenault, Program Director
603-466-5190 x 306
judy.arsenault@frc123.org
One of three afterschool programs in NH to have its entire staff earn their Afterschool Credential.

 

Employment Opportunities

 

Group Leader - Project Youth

Job Summary: Plan and lead afterschool activities as assigned by the Site Director for the day to day operation of the Afterschool Program. This position also includes homework assistance and supervision of students. A complete job description will be provided upon request. This is a part-time position up to 20 hours per week.

Education, Experience Requirements: NH Child Care Standards Licensing Rules require a Group Leader to be at least 18 years of age, have a high school or general equivalency diploma and at least one of the following:

1. Experience working with school-age children, totaling 600 hours.

2. Documentation of at least 3 credits in elementary education, human growth and development, behavior management or recreation or early childhood education, awarded by a regionally accredited college or university.

3. Documentation that he/she is a certified coach.

For more information about this position please contact:

Judy Arsenault, Project Youth Program Director -

(603) 466-5190 ext. 306
(603) 723-5222
judy.arsenault@frc123.org

The FRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

The FRC maintains its primary offices in Gorham with satellite offices in Lancaster, Littleton and Colebrook, New Hampshire.  The primary office is located in Gorham’s historic “Old High School" orginally built in 1888, renovated in 1997. The building Continues to be used for a wide variety of community needs.

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