Family Resource Center

(Located upstairs facing Allston Way, across from the elevator shaft)

We serve the families of the Rosa Parks community by providing educational, health and social service resources. We are building a “school that is more than a school” so that all kids are able to come to school ready to learn.

The Family Resource Center supports families at Rosa Parks by providing:

School-wide Events

  • Family Nights

Parent and family support

  • Parenting support
  • Informational presentations about parenting topics (e.g., ADHD, helping children manage anxiety, temperament)
  • Rosa Parks’ healthy sleep campaign
  • Counseling services and life skill groups for kids
  • A parenting lending library
  • Family Resource Night program: academic support programs for kids and parenting discussion groups for adults

Check this document for some questions to ask during parent-teacher conferences.

Emergency Need Resources

  • Free food bag program for families on free or reduced lunch
  • Emergency support for families in crisis (meal rotations, food/clothing aid)
  • Holiday food baskets
  • Information about community resources and programs
  • Resources for homeless families

Health resources

  • Referral services for medical, dental, vision, and other services
  • Halloween candy exchange
  • Information about local free clinics

Please CONTACT US or COME BY if we can provide

support services for your family in any way!

MEET the STAFF:

Shoshana Rosenberg, LCSW, PPS – Clinical Supervisor – 510-883-5230
Shoshana supervises our school-based mental health services and case management program, designed to help children and their families at Rosa Parks Elementary School cope with social, emotional and environmental problems. We provide a safe place and a relationship in which children can learn to express themselves, as well as emotional and behavioral support through individual counseling and family support services.

Yesenia Moran – Family Support Services Coordinator – 510-644-8537 (se habla español)

Federico “Tito” Aquino – Office of Family Engagement and Equity – 510-644-8537 (se habla español)
Tito coordinates family support programs and health referrals.