The Family Resource Center provides a space for agencies and groups to collaborate their resources to meet the needs of the communities we serve. The center focuses on Health and Wellness, Safety, Food Insecurity, Transporation, Housing and Mental Health and Substance Abuse. We offer a variety of programs designed to protect and support children and at-risk individuals and build upon family strengths. Services are voluntary, confidential. The Family Resource Center is located at 514 South River Park Drive in Guttenberg.
Call us! We’re here for you and will work with you over the phone to have items ready for pickup. We’ve also extended hours in Guttenberg on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and now have a Food Pantry in Edgewood.
Serving Youth ages 5-17 that live in the Clayton Ridge School District are matched up with an adult with similar interests. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 563-252-3215 to learn more.
Meets 3rd Thursday of each month 4:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m. at the Family Resource Center, Guttenberg.
Meets 1st Thursday of each month 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. at the Family Resource Center, Guttenberg.
SHIIP stands for Senior Health Insurance Information Program, a service of the State of Iowa. SHIIP and its volunteers provide free-of-charge counseling and information to people with questions about Medicare, Medicare supplement insurance, long term care insurance, and other health insurance. To make an appointment for this free service, call the Family Resource Center at 563-252-3215.
Designed to help parents of young children understand child development and learn what to expect as their child grows. Grant funds provided by Prevent Child Abuse Iowa.
Crisis Respite Childcare
Program partners with local registered or licenced child care providers to assists families that are in need of childcare that are experiencing a personal crisis.
Gently used clothing of all sizes.
Girl Circle is an afternoon for middle and high school girls for a guided conversation about different topics.
Outpatient Mental Health and Counseling Referrals
Professional counseling and treatment to help you and your family face the challenges and joys life has to offer.
Safe Sitter Class
Medically accurate, hands-on class for boys and girls ages 11 to 13 who want to learn to care for younger children.
Domestic and Sexual Abuse Resources
Free and confidential services for individuals experiencing domestic or sexual abuse.
Clayton County Community Action
Sandra Schultz, Family Service Specialist
Thursdays 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation
Family’s Helping Hand
This is a non profit that operates out of the Family Resource Center to assist families and bridge gaps that will directly lead to a better outcome. Some of the resources Family’s Helping Hand can provide are: a Mini food pantry, clothes closet, household and hygiene supplies are available to assist families.