Meet Ruby:
Our youngest
community leader

Centro La Familia’s victim’s advocacy division advocates for victims in their crucial time of need with the goal of helping families rebuild theirlives. Often time individuals need the support and encouragement but have nowhere to turn to. Centro La Familia becomes this support. Our staff understands the sensitivity of each client and provides support with the following programs:

Assistance with Domestic Violence Restraining Orders:
Case assesment
Court accompaniment
Restraining order assitance
Help filing court documentation

Victims of Serious Crimes & Human Trafficking
Assistance with U-Visa and T-Visa
Assistance with VAWA Petitions
Referrals to supporter services such as public benefits, housing, counseling, etc.

Promotora Advocacy & Resource for Sexual Assault
Intervention, Advocacy, Support Services, Court Accompaniment

Centro La Familia understands the stresses that can accompany family life and the challenges they can face. Through its family strengthening division Centro offers families an outside perspective to find new ways of becoming knowledgeable of proper parenting skills, build leadership development, address children’s academic barriers and overcome challenging situations. The family strengthening division aims to support families through outreach education, access to resources, and teaching parents they are their child’s first teacher. Parents and children gain knowledge through structured parenting classes designed to foster growth and development, access to tutoring and mentoring for children, and building leadership skills through community involvement.

Parent Education:
Home Visitation
Parent-Child Developmental Learning Groups
Parent Leadership and Advocacy

Health and wellness is an important factor in a family’s well-being. Maintaining positive family health can be challenging when a family is ill equipped and cannot access needed information and resources. Through the health and wellness division Centro La Familia provides families the tools to learn positive family health.

MHSA Consumer/Family Advocacy
Support Groups
Outreach and Education
Referral Services
Mental Health First Aid

CBANS: Culturally Based Access Navigation and Peer Support Services
Linkage to professional services
Support Groups

Community Presentations on mental health subjects/topics

Outreach Enrollment Retention Utilization (OERU)
Food Stamps
Vita Income Tax (Seasonal)
PG&E (CARE Program)
Healthy Families
Kaiser Permanente
Public Benefits
City of Fresno:
Lead-Base Paint Hazard Control Program

Lead Base Paint Home Inspection
Educational Classes
Referral Services
Kaiser Permanente
California Poison Control Prevention
Education & Outreach

Speakers Bureau
Community Groups Address:

Mental Health Awareness/Education
The Recovery Process
Impact of Mental Health on Our Lives
Engaging Mental Health Public Speaking
Sharing Experiences
Available in English, Spanish, Hmong, Thai and Cambodian

Building Healthy Communities
Encourage Community Involvement
All children have health coverage,
Promote land use,
Transportation and community development.
Attend City Council Meetings
Diabetes Prevention
Outreach, education, social media
These programs are made possible by grants from the following funders:
California Consumer Protection Foundation, California Health Collaborative, California Poison Control System, Self Help for the Elderly, Clinica Sierra Vista, County of Fresno: Dept. of Social Services & Dept. of Behavioral Health, Central California Legal Services (LAV), First 5 Fresno County, Fresno EOC Central Valley Against Human Trafficking, Kaiser Permanente Northern California, The California Endowment, The City of Fresno, The Office of Violence Against Women DOJ, and UnitedHealthcare.

Community Partners
Building Neighborhood Capacity Partnership, CalViva Health, California Project Lean, Central California Legal Services, City of Fresno, City of Mendota, City of Orange Cove, Consulado de Mexico, County of Fresno, Centro Binacional Para el Desarrollo Indígena Oaxaqueño, Economic Opportunities Commission, Every Neighborhood Partnership, Faith in Communities, Fresno American Indian Health Project, Fresno Center for New Americans, Fresno HCAP, Fresno Interdenominational Refugee Mission, KGPE TV CBS47, Latino Coalition for a Healthy California, Metro Ministry, Inc., Reading and Beyond, Resource Center for Survivors, The Children’s Movement, United Health Centers of the San Joaquin Valley, Univision 21 Fresno, West Fresno Family Resource Center.