Family Resource Center

  • Woman and child holding paper cutout of family

  • Improving educational achievement by facilitating the delivery of community-determined health, social, recreational, and educational services to children, youth, and families.


  • Marana Unified School District is proud to provide a specialized Family Resource Center located at the MUSD Early Learning and Resource Center, 7651 N Oldfather Rd., Tucson, AZ 85741. The Center is open Monday through Friday providing a variety of services and resources to students and families.

     

    • Case management support services/community resource referrals and information
    • A family resource supporting families by offering community resources and referrals
    • Parents as Teachers, an early learning support program for families with children prenatal to 5 years old
    • Family counselors, offering counseling services after school and early evenings through school referral and appointment only
    • A food and clothing bank relying solely on community donations and grants

     

    Additional Services Provided
    Some or all of these services and programs will be offered depending on the needs of the individuals and the community:

    • Counseling Services
    • Parenting/Adult Education
    • Health Services Information
    • Social Services
    • Information & Referral
    • Coordination of Student Programming
    • Increased emphasis on parent involvement
    • Volunteer Opportunities

     

    Mission
    The primary mission of the Family Resource Center is to improve educational achievement by facilitating the delivery of community-determined health, social, recreational, and educational services to children, youth, and families in the Marana Unified School District.

    Involvement

    The Family Resource Center is committed to increasing parental involvement and community participation in the educational process.

    Solution

    The Family Resource Center provides solutions for many of the challenges facing students and their families and is dedicated to helping people help themselves.

Contact Info

  • Christina Noriega

    Program Coordinator - Email

    (520) 579-4920