Webster County Family Resource
Youth Service Center (FRYSC)
What is the Family Resource & Youth Service Center?
The Family Resource and Youth Service Centers are designed to link families, school and communities together to help meet the needs families are facing today. The goal of the center is to help students be successful in school by removing barriers to learning and helping families meet their needs.
Who Can Use the Family Resource & Youth Service Center?
The center serves the students and families of Webster County. The Centers are open to all students (preschool through twelfth grade) and their families.
Who Operates the Family Resource & Youth Service Center?
A coordinator runs each FRYSC location. An advisory council comprised of school employees, parents, students, and community representatives oversee and approve the operation and expenditures of the Family Resource & Youth Service Centers.
|Community Resource Referrals
||Health and Social Service Referrals
|Family Crisis Assistance
||Parent Training and Workshops
|Mental Health Referrals
||Assistance Obtaining a GED
|Child Care Referrals
||Child Care Provider Training
|Programs for New/Expectant Mothers
||Crisis Clothing Closet
||Assistance with Basic Needs
||Drug/Alcohol Prevention Programs
|5th Grade Health Fair
||Red Ribbon Week Activities
|Moonlight Madness at the Library
||Familh Reading Nights
|Read Across America
||7th Grade Reality Store
|8th Grade mini Teen Leadership Conference
||5th Grade Health Career Fair
|Ready Fest - Back to School Bash
||World's Greatest Baby Shower
|Angel Tree Program
||Truth & Consequences
|Project Alert: Drug/Alcohol Prevention
||Hello WCHS Transition Program
|Bullying Prevention Programs
||Family Crisis Assistance
|College & Career Fair