Center for Family Strengthening is dedicated to strengthening families through education and advocacy. The center partners with family support organizations in San Luis Obispo County to provide resources to families in need, protect children from abuse and neglect, and ensure that strong families are a community priority.

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  • SNAP JACKSON & THE KNOCK ON WOOD PLAYERS

    Snap Jackson and the Knock on Wood Players are an acoustic quartet that effortlessly blend Americana, Bluegrass, Soul, & Old Time Music to create a unique, fresh, & energetic sound… Read more… 

  • Mary Thielscher Honored as January’s Hands-on Hero.

    As the Lead Educator for Kidz Toolbox for Personal Safety, Mary personifies the first of the ten Children’s Bill of Rights. First 5 San Luis Obispo County honors Mary Thielscher as January’s… Read more… 

  • CFS Receives 2 Major Grants

    Center for Family Strengthening Receives 2 Major Grants from the State Office of Child Abuse Prevention (OCAP) to improve Child Abuse Prevention Outcomes CFS is one of Six grantees in… Read more… 

  • PG&E Power Plant Awarded

    PG&E Diablo Canyon Power Plant Receives Award from California Breastfeeding Coalition (CBC).   CBC Recognizes Diablo Canyon for Exemplary Breastfeeding Policies and Accommodating Lactating Employees with Private Lactation Rooms.The California Breastfeeding… Read more… 

  • CFS Receives $8,000 Grant

    Center for Family Strengthening Receives $8,000 Grant From The Community Foundation SLO County.This grant will help support the Central Coast Breastfeeding Coalition.Center for Family Strengthening has received a $8,000 grant… Read more… 

Child Safety I.D.

“If Your Child is Missing, the Card can Instantly be Given to the Police to Assist in Recovery.”

 

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The ID Card is a great way for parents, guardians, caregivers, grandparents, and other close relatives to carry a child’s personal information with them at all times, in their wallet. If the child is missing, the card can instantly be given to the police to assist in recovery.

ID Cards can also be given to babysitters and daycare providers, and can be used as a form of identification for children who are traveling.

 

  • Each card is 3.25″ x 2″ Card and records complete contact, physical, and parents’/guardians’ contact information.
  • Call  805.543.6216 to schedule  this innovative program at your community event
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20 January 2017

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