Who We Are
The Dallas County Family Resource Center was created in 2012 to serve as a central location to assess, assist, and connect low income families and individuals in need, residing in Dallas County with existing resources since then the DCFRC has grown to provide the Selma / Dallas County community with multiple programs and have become a United Way Partner Agency.
The DCFRC's mission is to provide programs, services, and referral services designed to improve the quality of life as well as promote the safety and well-being of the children and families in the Dallas County community.
Our primary goal is to provide our community with a "one-stop" resource center that assesses the needs of low income families and individuals and connects them with the appropriate resources. The DCFRC also seeks to provide strengths-based case management and create programs where there are gaps in existing services, identify and alleviate barriers, and empower families to better cope with and overcome obstacles that prevent them from having financial independence. Our staff also works in a collaborative effort to create individualized treatment plans and work to educate and empower our clients.
The DCFRC is a 501 (c)3 non profit organization. The DCFRC's EIN 45-3609242 and is current. Our staff includes a licensed counselor, two professional social workers, and two volunteer receptionists, among our hard working staff and volunteers. the Family Resource Center has also established a board of directors with twelve currently active board members from the community.
James Thomas, MS, ALC
Social Work Consult:
Jan Justice, LGSW
Case Manage & Office Manager:
Ovetta Aaron, BSW
The Whole Parent Program Manager:
CASA Volunteer Coordinator:
Board of Directors:
Judge Bob Armstrong - President
Yvonne Hatcher - VP