Center for Family Strengthening is dedicated to strengthening families through education and advocacy. The center partners with family support organizations in San Luis Obispo County to provide resources to families in need, protect children from abuse and neglect, and ensure that strong families are a community priority.

Helping families thrive.
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  • Trauma Informed Care

    Center for Family Strengthening Executive Director Lisa Fraser joined Gabriela Grant, Executive Director of California Center of Excellence for Trauma Informed Care, and Sandra Miscovich, Director of Maternal & Child Health with… Read more… 

  • CDC Press Release

    A recent press release from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states that more than 3 million US women are at risk for alcohol-exposed pregnancy."Alcohol use during pregnancy, even… Read more… 

  • Center for Family Strengthening recognized in SLO Tribune

    In a recent Tribune article, Postpartum depression: Symptoms, risk factors and resources for mothers, Center for Family Strengthening was recognized for its postpartum depression support services in SLO County. Over 500 pregnant and… Read more… 

  • SAVE THE DATE

    "A Trauma Informed SLO"Featuring Gabriella Grant - Executive Director, California Center of Excellence for Trauma Informed Care. Gabriella Grant is a leader in the field of Trauma Informed Care. She trains professionals, in all disciplines,… Read more… 

  • Watch THE RAISING OF AMERICA

    Why do we, as a nation, make it so hard for children to thrive, and how can we do better? Watch the 5-part documentary series THE RAISING OF AMERICA to… Read more… 

Child Safety I.D.

“If Your Child is Missing, the Card can Instantly be Given to the Police to Assist in Recovery.”

 

cfsslo.org-child-id-program 

The ID Card is a great way for parents, guardians, caregivers, grandparents, and other close relatives to carry a child’s personal information with them at all times, in their wallet. If the child is missing, the card can instantly be given to the police to assist in recovery.

ID Cards can also be given to babysitters and daycare providers, and can be used as a form of identification for children who are traveling.

 

  • Each card is 3.25″ x 2″ Card and records complete contact, physical, and parents’/guardians’ contact information.
  • Call  805.543.6216 to schedule  this innovative program at your community event
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