The Family Resource Center provides a helping hand to families and individuals in need. 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 and available to all residents of Clayton County.
Family Resource Center Programs
Child Play Group
An informational group for mothers and a supportive play group for children.
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
Quality childcare when parents experiencing extreme stress need a break.
Gently used children’s clothing of all sizes.
Outpatient Mental Health and Counseling Services
Professional counseling and treatment to help you and your family face the challenges and joys life has to offer.
CPPC (Community Partnership for Protecting Children) of Clayton County
Keeping Iowa’s children safe from abuse and neglect.
HAWC Parents As Teachers
Partnerships for Children promote quality early care, wellness, education and intervention opportunities for children and families through community collaboration and support.
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 Resource Center
Free and confidential services for individuals experiencing domestic or sexual abuse.
Clayton County Community Action
Becci Fox, Family Service Specialist
Thursdays, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Northeast Iowa Community Action Corporation
Family’s Helping Hand
Assistance with emergency household items and clothing.