Family Support Programs are offered at local schools and YWCA Family Centers which are conveniently located directly within low-income apartment complexes in Bucks County and are a one-stop-shop for a multitude of services to under-served women and their families. Staffed by multi-lingual coordinators, our Family Centers provide a wide range of services and programs and promote positive development and support to children, youth and families who utilize them. Services for adults include information and referral, translations, Food Pantries and classes in computer, ESL, parenting, and nutrition, and Foster Care Recruitment. Family support programs for youth include academic and social support during out of school time including Early Academic Intervention Programs, Homework Zones, Teen Groups, and Summer Camps. Early Learning support is also provided through Kids Korner, Lunch & Library, and Story Hour programs.
Strengthening Families Program is an evidence-based family skills training program found to significantly improve parenting skills and family relationships, reduce problem behaviors, delinquency and alcohol and drug abuse in children and to improve social competencies and school performance.
Human Trafficking Awareness is a community informative session that raises public awareness and to educate individuals how to recognize human trafficking and report suspected instances.