MISSION: The mission of the Family Success Center is to provide a welcoming, family-friendly and safe environment to all community members in order to strengthen and empower individuals and families through individual parenting classes, collaborative family-centered activities, educational workshops, and access to all available resources (financial and other) to acquire knowledge and skills needed to maintain healthy family relationships. Since we opened our doors in January 2012, the FSC has provided services and activities to approximately 5,000 families.
WHO IS HARVEST FSC: Harvest Family Success Center (FSC), is a state-of-the-art, homelike place where over 1000 families and hundreds of children come every year to be safe, feel cared for, and help adults in the family stay employed and maintain their homes. The FSC is the only community center in Hunterdon County that opens its doors to all in need, and we work with every family for however long it takes to ensure they are contributing members of our community. The FSC is a non-profit (501c3) agency and we are one of the most highly regarded and well-run organizations in Hunterdon County. One hundred percent (100%) of any donation will go to direct family needs and services!
WHAT WE DO: The FSC hosts many activities, all free of charge, so there is no barrier to services. The activities offered are not duplicated elsewhere, and come from the need of the parents and families we serve. These families – our families – are your neighbors, employees, and perhaps friends as well. Hunterdon County residents can call for assistance with any issue; they need help with a rental down payment, help with utility shut off, have concerns about a teens behavior, need a toddler milestones assessed, need assistance with an abusive relationship…virtually anything can and does funnel to Harvest, then our Family Specialists and Facilitators help each individual with their individual concern. WE help families reach their goal (keeping their apartment, being self-sufficient, improving communication within the family unit, for example) by using a strength based program for the family, stressing what they do have and not what they do not have.