Center for Families
Whether in crisis, struggling, or simply wanting to make your family even better, our Case Manager would love to sit down with you, get to know your family, and develop a plan to best help you and your family get where you are wanting to be. The plan may include our in house resources and/or resources provided through other organizations that you may not know about.
We house morning and evening GED classes for all ages, have a special suite of services for 16-24 year olds to help them get jobs and/or get into higher education, and house the Greater Valley Area Business Resource Center, where an office is supplied with a suite of resources designed to help adults find jobs, start, or grow their own business.
We offer a range of parenting resources for those at any stage of parenting, even prenatal. We distribute Baby Box Safe Sleep Environments, provide Home Visitation, Developmental Screening, and Fatherhood programs as well as Training and Support to Parents of Children at all ages.
In a world with increasing divorce rates, we have services to help you learn how to find the right one for you. We also have classes that teach how to increase the strength and fulfillment in relationships whether they are strained or satisfying. Sign up to learn how to create a stronger, more fulfilling relationship.
We partner with local school systems and daycares to provide services and trainings in school and out for faculties, families, and children in our area.
I-85 serves as a major corridor for human trafficking. This is not only a human rights issue but a child abuse issue, and we work to raise awareness regarding the problem and training regarding what can be done.
Our Care Van provides limited transportation services for families, particularly children, to help make sure they receive needed medical care and other core services they would not be able to get to otherwise.
We have an office, supplies, support, and a resource library to help guide those who are looking to find a job, start a business, or grow their small business.
We provide an array of presentations on child safety and family wellness as well as ones that highlight our various programs.
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It’s December 1st, and the Care Campaign has now officially begun! You may be thinking, “That’s great for the Circle of Care, but what does that mean for me?” While for us, this means the next step toward relocating to a new building for more space, for you it means the next step in us […]
If you have been keeping up with events at the Circle of Care, then you know that we recently acquired a new building to serve as our future home. Back in the Summer, we were awarded funds to purchase a new building. Once we move in, it will save on overhead costs as well as […]
One of the services we provide is that we go into local schools and teach about healthy relationships. They learn the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships and they work on developing relationship skills. Filled with fun activities, this all takes place using multiple interactive learning styles. Below are some of the comments from students […]
After years of helping strengthen relationships, we have found that one of the best things for a relationship is getting it right from the start. Finding the right person with whom you are compatible, and developing the skills to make it a healthy relationship from the beginning can make a world of difference. Further, there […]
Last week was a big week for us at the Circle of Care. Since opening as a Family Resource Center, we have been in the same location the entire time. Over the years the needs of our area have changed and grown. As that has happened, we have used increasing amounts of the facility. Over […]
You may have heard about our relationship classes and wondered what they were like, whether they worked, and if it would be helpful for you. Well, maybe this will help. As part of our relationship classes, surveys are done to help us continually improve. All the responses are kept confidential so that we get honest […]
The Circle of Care will be closed July 4th for Independence Day. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you and your family have a safe and fun 4th of July.
At the Circle of Care, we look to involve the community as we work together to make our area a place where families thrive. Part of this is our corporate sponsorship program. Today we offer a special thank you to Johnson Brown Funeral Home, our newest Corporate Sponsor. They provide services that are vital to […]
This is the final part of a six-part series on five factors that make families absolutely amazing. We all want to have families that are strong, healthy, and happy. In this post, we will look at the Social and Emotional Competence of Children factor. As we mentioned in the first post, a great thing about […]
We will be closed Monday, January 21st, 2019 for MLK Day. We will reopen Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. Eastern Time. Care Campaign donations will still be able to be given during this time. We wish your family a great holiday weekend.