Members

OVERVIEW

Membership in the National Family Support Network is open to existing and emerging networks of two or more Family Resource Centers and other Family Support and Strengthening Organizations in a state. Networks may be city, county, or regionally-based. Networks are encouraged to develop into statewide networks as possible if they are not already.  The NFSN accepts one Member Network per state.

”Key benefits of membership have been learning and sharing around best practices in the field, learning other models of Family Resource Centers, and building invaluable relationships with other network leaders.“ 
– NFSN Member

CURRENT MEMBERS

Click on a state below to view its Network snapshot.  The snapshots can also be downloaded as one compiled document here.

 

 

• Alabama: Alabama Network of Family Resource Centers

• Arizona: Maricopa Family Support Alliance

• California: California Family Support Network

• Colorado:  Family Resource Center Association
• Connecticut: Connecticut Family Resource Center Alliance

• District of Columbia: District of Columbia Child and Family Services Agency

Florida: Florida Family Support Network

Georgia: Georgia Family Support Network
• Kentucky: Kentucky Family Resource and Youth Services Centers - Network Spotlight Webinar

• Maine: Family Support Alliance of Maine
• Maryland: Maryland Family Network

• Massachusetts: Massachusetts Family Center Network

• Mississippi: Families First for Mississippi

• Nevada: Nevada Family Resource Centers
• New Hampshire: Family Support New Hampshire

• New Jersey: New Jersey Family Success Centers - Network Spotlight Webinar

• New York: New York State Family Resource Center Network

• North Dakota: North Dakota Parent Education Network

• Ohio: Greater Cleveland Family Strengthening Network - Standards Implementation Webinar

• Oklahoma: Family Support Network Oklahoma

• Oregon: Family Support and Strengthening Network of Oregon
• Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Family Center Network

• Rhode Island: Rhode Island Coalition for Children and Families
• Tennessee: Tennessee Family Resource Center Network

• Texas: Texas Family Support Network
• Utah: Protective Factors for Utah Families

• Vermont: Parent Child Center Network 

• Washington: Seattle Family Support Network

• West Virginia: West Virginia Starting Points Family Resource Center Association
• Wisconsin: Supporting Families Together Association  - Network Spotlight Webinar

 

 

“Our state Network joined the NFSN for peer learning opportunities and also to help advance the Family Support field.” 
– NFSN Member

MEMBER CONTACT LIST

A list of the main contacts for each Member Network can be found here.

MEMBERSHIP AGREEMENT

Do you represent a network that may be interested to join? Please see Membership Benefits and the FY19-20 Membership Agreement and contact the NFSN Membership & Administration Manager

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