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Come to FCCS's FamJam

You're invited to FCCS's FamJam @ Mayor Coleman's Neighborhood Pride Block Party, a free family-enrichment festival, on August 29 at Columbus Commons from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Click here to learn more:

 

Come to FCCS's FamJam
A Family Triumphs
Building Brighter Futures
Check out Connects E-News
A Guide to Kinship Care
A Family Triumphs

Learn about a mom who overcame her struggle with addiction to reunite with her children and secure a promising future for her family in the Summer Edition of Accent on Kids.

Come to FCCS's FamJam
A Family Triumphs
Building Brighter Futures
Check out Connects E-News
A Guide to Kinship Care
Building Brighter Futures

Learn about the many proactive and progressive ways FCCS protects our youngest children through ongoing agency-wide initiatives, events and community partnerships in our 2014 Report to the Community.

 
Come to FCCS's FamJam
A Family Triumphs
Building Brighter Futures
Check out Connects E-News
A Guide to Kinship Care
Check out Connects E-News

Learn how FCCS celebrated agency youth during a recent graduation party in the June 2015 issue of Connects E-News. Featured articles also include: Helping Kin Care for Children in Need and OSU Offers FCCS Foster Youth Tools for College Success.  

Come to FCCS's FamJam
A Family Triumphs
Building Brighter Futures
Check out Connects E-News
A Guide to Kinship Care
A Guide to Kinship Care

Kinship Care refers to cases where a relative or non-relative has taken over the full-time care, nurturing and protection of a child. FCCS has created a guide which lists helpful information, frequently asked questions and other resources for kinship caregivers.

Come to FCCS's FamJam
A Family Triumphs
Building Brighter Futures
Check out Connects E-News
A Guide to Kinship Care

Event Calendar

    • June through August - Sunny 95 Neighborhood Block Parties
      FCCS will be at the Sunny 95 Neighborhood Block Parties throughout the summer. We'll share parenting tips and other resources with the community. Follow us on Facebook to learn dates and locations.
    • July 15 - Empowerment Day Job and Resource Fair
      11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Columbus State Conference Center (315 Cleveland Ave.)

      FCCS, other government agencies and community partners will provide resources, employment information, educational opportunities and assistance with legal issues to the community during this free event. Visit support.franklincountyohio.gov for more information.
    • July 19-25 - Franklin County Fair
      8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
      Franklin County Fairgrounds (5035 Northwest Parkway, Hilliard)

      FCCS will be in the Franklin County government tent, where we will share parenting tips and other resources with the community. For information about the fair, call (614) 876-7235 or visit www.fcfair.org.
    • August 29 - FCCS's FamJam at Mayor Coleman's Neighborhood Pride Block Party
      10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
      Columbus Commons (160 S. High St.)

      Franklin County Children Services and the city of Columbus invite you to a free, family enrichment festival at the city's downtown park. FamJam will bring families together with community resources, vendors and information tables, as well as tons of fun and entertainment. Rain or shine! For more information, call (614) 341-6085 or click here.