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Family Resource Center

Palmdale Family Resource Center

Helping Families Create a Better Life

Recognizing the connection between health, education, environment, and the economic and social conditions that affect children, youth, and families, ҳ launched a Family Resource Center in 1992 to support and strengthen communities through healthy family development.

We’re Here To Help!

Located in Palmdale, the Family Resource Center provides a wide range of support and programs, such as mental health services, tutoring, educational classes, and a food bank, universally accessible to surrounding Antelope Valley communities.

Family Resource Center Services

Food Bank

On a semimonthly basis, families can pick up free, essential food items. ҳ also provides clothing, school supplies and toys at specified times of the year (e.g., the holidays, back-to-school time).

Tutoring and Learning Lab

ҳ’ Learning Lab program provides area students, 4th to 12th grade, with free group and individual tutoring. The tutoring program is for high-achieving students looking for enrichment opportunities and for students struggling in school and needing additional support. Beginning in junior high, the Learning Lab also has a college prep program that provides students and their parents with guidance and assistance with applying to college and for financial aid. The Family Resource Center also offers students access to computers. To learn more, download our tutoring flyer in Englishǰ Spanish. (Flyers will download as pdf files.)

Community Services

Parenting classes and substance abuse counseling are two additional services that are available to the community at the Family Resource Center.

Enrichment Programs

Youth enrichment activities at the Family Resource Center include art classes, peer mentorship, and youth leadership for teens who want to make a difference in their community.

Rental Assistance Program

ҳ’ Rent and Mortgage Assistance Program is available to help individuals and families who are behind in rent or mortgage payments and at risk of eviction or foreclosure. This program is for residents in LA County Supervisory District 5, who live in one of the cities or unincorporated areas included in the LA County Community Action Agency Service Area program, and who are at or below 200% of the 2021 US Department of Health and Human Services Income Poverty Guidelines.

Behavioral Health Services

The Family Resource Center offers many services that address mental and behavioral health needs. ҳ believes in providing families with the tools to create a better life; one way we do so is by offering holistic services, including:

Mental Health Services
Intensive Field Capable Clinical Services
Psychiatric And Medication Support
Therapeutic Behavioral Services
To learn more about specific programs visit our Behavioral Health page.

Contact us for more information about programs at the Family Resource Center


(661) 942-5749

Referral Support Center


(844) 222-2377

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