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  • FAQ | CBFRC

    SOBRE NOSOTROS FRECUENTEMENTE PREGUNTÓ PREGUNTAS ¿Proporciona cuidado de niños? Los Centros de Recursos Familiares de la Junta de Niños (CBFRC) no son instalaciones de cuidado infantil con licencia; sin embargo, la CBFRC cuidará de los niños mientras sus cuidadores asistan a ciertas clases de la CBFRC, como Seguridad de asientos para el automóvil y Reuniones de FCAC. ¿La CBFRC cobra a los participantes por los servicios? No, los servicios de CBFRC son gratuitos para el participante. ¿De dónde obtiene los fondos para apoyar los servicios del programa? La principal fuente de financiación del CBFRC es la Junta de Niños del Condado de Hillsborough. En ocasiones, los Centros pueden recibir subvenciones para brindar servicios adicionales o complementarios. ¿La CBFRC utiliza voluntarios? ¡Sí! Los voluntarios son bienvenidos. Visite el Centro en el que desea ser voluntario para recibir más información. ¿Cómo me inscribo en los servicios? Los folletos de CBFRC indican si un servicio requiere registro, solo para estar seguro, llame al Centro en el que está interesado en participar antes de asistir. ¿Proporciona la CBFRC ¿asistencia financiera? Los Centros derivarán a las familias con necesidades económicas a la agencia de servicios sociales más cercana y apropiada que mejor satisfaga sus necesidades. ¿Cuánto duran las clases de CBFRC? Cada clase es única. Algunos son de 45 minutos, una hora o por día. Algunas clases se ejecutan en una serie de cinco, mientras que otras pueden ser un evento único. Consulta los calendarios o llama al Centro antes de asistir. ¿Existen requisitos de elegibilidad antes de recibir los servicios? No existen requisitos de elegibilidad, pero es importante que hagamos un seguimiento de quién recibe los servicios. Se solicita a los participantes que se conviertan en miembros y se recopila información básica. Se emite una tarjeta de membresía para registrarse en cada visita. ¿A quién sirve la CBFRC? El CBFRC da la bienvenida a todos en el condado de Hillsborough y brinda servicios a los residentes de todo el condado con centros comunitarios, y tiene servicios móviles disponibles para áreas remotas del condado. ¿Se puede utilizar el CBFRC para reuniones comunitarias u otros grupos organizados? El espacio de cada Centro es limitado, pero está disponible para el vecindario local o la comunidad sin fines de lucro sin costo alguno. Si está interesado, comuníquese con el gerente del Centro de la ubicación deseada.

  • ReDefiners World Languages | CBFRC

    Hello! Hola! Nǐ hǎo! Marhaba! Want to learn a new language? ReDefiners World Languages offers language classes across the County at our CBFRCs. REGISTER ONLINE Exposure Classes: Intergenerational courses are for children and their caregivers to have fun and learn together, with an "exposure" model. This generates interest and has a cultural exploration! Let's Learn Spanish For children 5-12 and caregivers 8 weeks - 8 hours total 1 day/week - 1 hour/class ​ Let's Learn Mandarin For children 5-12 and caregivers 8 weeks/8 hours total 1-day/week, 1-hour/class ​ ​ Let's Learn Arabic For children 5-12 and caregivers 8 weeks/8 hours total 1-day/week, 1-hour/class ​ Spanish Classes: Communication-based course to encourage speaking and listening skills in Spanish for middle-school students. Also, for adults to increase their linguistic competencies in Spanish workplace communication skills. Youth Spanish Workshop For youth in middle school 8 weeks - 8 hours total 1 day/week - 1 hour/class ​ Parent and Caregiver Spanish Workshop For adults 18+ 8 weeks/8 hours total 1-day/week, 1-hour/class ​ ​ English Classes: 12-week exposure courses for students who are beginning to learn English, or who have no prior knowledge. By the end of this course, participants will have had authentic interactions to communicate in everyday situations. ​ General English "Basic Living" For adults 18+ 24 classes - 24 hours total 2 days/week - 1 hour/class ​ General English "Workforce and Financial Literacy" For adults 18+ 24 classes - 24 hours total 2 days/week - 1 hour/class ​ General English "Healthcare, Safety and Childcare" For adults 18+ 24 classes - 24 hours total 2 days/week - 1 hour/class ​

  • Non-Discrimination Policy | CBFRC

    Non-Discrimination Policy ​ Lutheran Services Florida provides social services to all people without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity (or expression), religion, marital status, national origin, socioeconomic status, developmental maturity, weight, physical appearance, veteran status, disability, handicap or any other legally protected status, and is privileged to be in partnership with governmental agencies and private sources in carrying out its mission.

  • Early Childhood Service Coordination | CBFRC

    Early Childhood Service Coordination

  • Children's Board Family Resource Centers

    Brandon 1271 Kingsway Road, Brandon, FL 33510 813-740-4634 central tampa 1002 East Palm Avenue, Tampa, FL 33605 813-204-1741 north tampa 116 West Fletcher Avenue, Tampa, FL, 33612​ 813-558-1877 plant city 301 North Palmer Street, Plant City, FL 33563 8 13-752-8700 south county 3030 East College Avenue, Ruskin, FL 33570 813-641-5600 temple terrace Doretha Wynn Edgecomb Children's Board Family Resource Center in 5892 East Fowler Avenue, Temple Terrace, FL 33617 813-435-3032 town 'n country 7520 West Waters Avenue, Tampa, FL 33615 813-356-1703

  • Programming and Quality Assurance | CBFRC

    Megan Programming Specialist Matthew Programming Specialist Datta Quality Assurance Specialist

  • BayCare Kids | CBFRC

    BayCare Kids and St. Joseph's Children's Wellness and Safety Center Programs and Services LOS PROGRAMAS Y SERVICIOS REQUIEREN REGISTRO, POR FAVOR LLAME AL CENTRO AL QUE LE GUSTARÍA ASISTIR PARA REGISTRARSE. SALUD Proporcionado por profesionales capacitados de St. Joseph's Children's Wellness y centro de seguridad Cuidado de niño sano: Los niños que no tienen seguro y que tienen Medicaid reciben vacunas y exámenes físicos de niño sano gratis con cita con la Clínica Médica Móvil. Clases de nutrición: Clases divertidas que incluyen actividades que enseñan al niño sobre alimentos saludables, nutrición y hábitos alimenticios. Examen de audición (desde el nacimiento hasta los 18 años) Examen de la vista (de 6 meses a 18 años) Proporcionado por Preserve Vision Florida Servicios dentales preventivos (de 6 meses a 18 años) Proporcionado por Suncoast Community Health Centers y Tampa Family Health Centers

  • Center-Driven Programs | CBFRC

    Center-Driven Programming LOS PROGRAMAS Y SERVICIOS REQUIEREN REGISTRO, POR FAVOR LLAME AL CENTRO AL QUE LE GUSTARÍA ASISTIR PARA REGISTRARSE. ARTS & CRAFTS Arts & Crafts have many benefits for all age groups. It encourages creative expression, boosts fine motor skills, improves decision-making skills and builds confidence. The Center offers a variety of projects that involve paint, innovation, hand-eye coordination and imaginative processes. Arts & Crafts can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Center calendars will indicate specific suggested ages for certain activities - from little ones, to teens, to adults, to seniors. SIGHTING SIGHT WORDS Sight Words are commonly used words children are encouraged to memorize by sight without having to sound them out. During this eight-week course, children will be engaged in fun, hands-on activities and taught new words weekly, while caregivers learn techniques and resources to promote learning at home. Results from pretests and posttests are documented and shared with caregivers. This class is designed for students in grades K-2nd. MATH MANIA Do you have a child in Kindergarden-2nd Grade who needs support in mathematics? Math Mania is a fun, engaging and educational program developed and facilitated by our CBFRC staff. Offered at all seven locations, your child can practice their addition, subtraction and number recognition skills through creative games and activities that also foster social skills and academic confidence. As caregivers participate with their children, they, too, will learn new skills to continue their child’s learning at home. Pre– and post-tests will be implemented to measure your child’s success. Please call your local Center to sign up. THE EXPLORER'S CLUB It is tough being a teenager! Expectations at home, keeping up with schoolwork, peer pressure, the thought of - what's next? The Explorer's Club (for ages 12-15) is an outlet for your teen to meet new people their age and socialize, but also to participate in fun activities that help them build confidence, learn new skills, and boost their self-confidence. We cover topics like coping strategies, time management, basic cooking skills, being responsible with their money, and so much more! Pre– and post-tests will be implemented to measure your child’s success. Please call your local Center to sign up. STEAM LEARNING STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. STEAM learning is important because it produces a variety of benefits, such as soft skills, engagement, motivation and creativity. The Centers incorporate STEAM learning in a variety of ways, for a spectrum of ages. From science experiments and building challenges, to technological observations and number manipulatives. ALL of these subjects promote artistic expression. Please see Center calendars which will provide the recommended age group for activities. NUTRITION & COOKING CLASSES Nutrition & Cooking Classes are for all the little chefs at home! You and your child can join our CBFRC Kitchens and enjoy being immersed in a world of culinary creativity and discovery. Through cooking and preparing food, children can enhance math, science, language, motor skills development and social skills, as well as learn about nutrition and wellness. Your little chefs will gain new experiences incorporating skills that build over time in each class. Classes are typically designed for children age 10 and under. Please refer to Center calendars for recommended age groups for specific activities. SENSORY PLAY Sensory Play ignites a child’s senses, while helping them exercise motor skills, explore their curiosity and learn about new engaging topics. From smelling, to touching, to hearing, to tasting, to seeing, Sensory Play has many benefits. Sensory Play is not only important for babies and toddlers, who often have the time to play and explore at home, but also for preschoolers and elementary children. Even adults find the activities relaxing and fun. Please refer to Center calendars for recommended age groups for specific activities. HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS As community hubs, the Centers celebrate cultural diversity every chance we get. We invite individuals and families from all age groups and backgrounds to learn, share, collaborate, dance, create, honor and enjoy traditions from around the world. The Centers host both activities and special events to celebrate. CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY As community hubs, the Centers celebrate cultural diversity every chance we get. We invite individuals and families from all age groups and backgrounds to learn, share, collaborate, dance, create, honor and enjoy traditions from around the world. The Centers host both activities and special events to celebrate. EARLY LITERACY Teen The Centers implement early literacy programs for children who are too young to enroll in Sighting Sights Words, which is developed for children in grades K-2. One program is called Fun With Phonics - it teaches children how to pronounce sounds, then blend those sounds together to make full words through engaging, hands-on and fun activities. Caregivers can then take what they learned together and practice at home. LITTLE WONDERS Little Wonders is a play-based, developmentally appropriate playgroup series for children up to age six. Each session is structured with interaction-focused activities, with caregivers and children as the central focus. From morning welcome songs, to movement exercises, to themed activities like colors and music, to free play. Time and space for parent and caregiver networking is highly encouraged. SPECIAL FAMILY EVE NTS Our Family Resource Center family loves to celebrate with yours! ADULT PROGRAMMING

  • Early Childhood Service Coordinators | CBFRC

    I'm from Colombia and have been living in Tampa since 2013. Rosa holds a Bachelor's degree in Social Work. Looking ahead, she envisions furthering her education in human resources, driven by her ultimate goal of aiding people. I am passionate about empowering individuals to achieve their goals, a dedication she carried from her work with disadvantaged populations before joining the CBFRC team. During her free time, You'll likely find her engaged in exercise, travel, or enjoying moments with family. ¡ Yo hablo español ! Janet Town 'N Country Janet is from Artemisa, Cuba. She has lived in the US since 2016, and in Tampa since 2021. She has a Bachelor Degree from the University of Havana majoring in Law. As a former Prosecutor, she used to work with children without parental care, represented them in court and ensured their welfare. In Los Angeles, CA, where she used to live before, she worked at MEND, a non-profit organization, assisting low-income families and helping them meet each need with dignity. Janet is focused on helping vulnerable families and given them the necessary resources to improve their quality of life. Nothing makes her happier than seeing the relief on her client faces. ¡Yo hablo español! Krystal North Tampa Jaylen Brandon Coming Soon Plant City Rosa Temple Terrace Coming Soon South County Coming Soon Central Tampa

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