ABOUT US

The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is a partnership of public and private non-profit and for-profit child and family serving agencies and organizations committed to improving the well-being of children and families in Fairfield County.
May 2020 Special Initiative Updates and Program Reports
FACFC May Update / Video
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Scheduled events from calendar maybe cancelled. Please check before attending.
Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council Programs
Help Me Grow is a voluntary child development program for expectant mothers, infants, and toddlers under the age of three.
Help Me Grow Program
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Fairfield County Multi-System Youth Cluster provides service coordination and services to assist families when their children are experiencing problems.
Multi-System Youth Program
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The Family, Adult and Children First Council currently offer parent education classes to Fairfield County parents. Many other classes offered in the community can be found in the Parent Education Calendar.
Parent Education Classes
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Plan of Safe Care Perinatal Cluster
Support for families’ health and safety needs for substance exposed or affected infants.
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Fairfield County 2018
Youth Behavior Survey
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The 2019 Mary M. Good
Humanitarian Service Award
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Jennifer Beckley-Watson received the 2019 Mary Good Humanitarian Award at the United Way Awards Banquet on February 26. She was nominated by Keith Tremblay and Becky Edwards. Congratulations, Jennifer, on this well-deserved recognition for your dedication to serving families and children!
The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council along with United Way created this award as a tribute to Mary Good for her extraordinary service to children and families. Mary was a teacher with the Lancaster City Schools, Christian educator at St. Bernadette Catholic Church, park leader with the United Way Summer Park program in Pleasantville, Peace School coordinator, social worker and scout leader. Her life was cut short in January of 2002. This award recognizes a special person who exemplifies Mary’s compassion and daily devotion to the cause of nurturing and protecting children and families.
Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council: Resources + Reports