Family Resource and Youth Services Centers

Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSCs) help WVISD families solve problems and overcome barriers to learning. Family Resource Centers (FRCs) serve elementary schools. Youth Services Centers (YSCs) serve middle and high schools. The programs were created as part of the Kentucky Education Reform Act (KERA). The intent of the center is to enhance students' abilities to succeed in school by assisting children, youth and families in meeting some of their basic needs. This will be done by providing community services at the centers or by linking families to agencies in their communities.

State-Mandated Core Components for FRCs
Full-time childcare for 2- and 3-year-olds
After-school childcare for 4- through 12-year-olds. Full-time childcare is available during the summer and on other days when school is not in session.
The Families in Training Program, which includes an integrated approach to home visits, group meetings, and monitoring of child development for new and expectant parents
Family literacy services or similar programs designed to promote lifelong learning and give parents and children the chance to learn together
Health services and/or referrals to health services

State-Mandated Core Components for YSCs
Referrals to health and social services
Career exploration and development
Summer and part-time job development for high school students
Substance abuse education and counseling
Family crisis and mental health counseling

Tricia Pollard
[email protected]
FRYSC Coordinator (Walton Campus)

Kathryn Napier
[email protected]
FRYSC Coordinator (Verona Campus)

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