FSA’s powerful and diverse programs combine clinical expertise, cultural sensitivity, bilingual and bicultural staff, and collaboration with other agencies to offer services which include counseling, case management, information and referrals, and advocacy. These programs are divided among the following four areas of focus:
• Big Brothers Big Sisters: Provides at-risk children with one-to-one mentoring relationships.
• Senior Services: Provides seniors and their caregivers with the supportive services they need to live independently with quality of life. These services include mental health therapy services, both individually and in group settings, as well as intensive case management services.
• Youth and Family Services: Provides affordable family-centered mental health services to all generations within a family and supports academic success through school-based counseling.
• Family Support and Information Services: Provides families in need with case management, information and referrals, education, and advocacy so that they can meet basic needs and become self-sufficient. This work is provided through our many Family Resource Centers, located at schools and in the community across the county.