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Magnolia Park Family Resource Center
11402 Magnolia St.
Garden Grove, CA 92841
(714) 530-7413
(714) 530-7617


Monday & Wednesday:
9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Tuesday & Thursday:
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

"Building healthy communities one family at a time."

August 2017 Calendar


In 1997 the City of Garden Grove took a proactive approach to developing youth potential, supporting families, and developing communities by adopting the Family Opportunities Creating Unity and Support (FOCUS) philosophy. This philosophy led the City to convene an informal group of service providers for the purpose of community resource and information sharing. The group became the FOCUS Collaborative.

When the Families and Communities Together (FaCT) Request for Proposal for Family Resource Centers was released in 1999, the FOCUS Collaborative and the City of Garden Grove were uniquely positioned to apply for funding. The City established the Magnolia Park Family Resource Center (MPFRC) in response to the community needs for family support and prevention services. Since 1999, the MPFRC has provided the residents of Garden Grove with vital community services to achieve it’s mission of “building healthy communities one family at a time.”

Through its partnerships with funded and non-funded partners, MPFRC is able to offer essential core services to individuals and families.

MPFRC’s Core Services

  • Comprehensive Case Management
  • MPFRC hosts weekly case management team meetings. The meetings, overseen by Community Service Programs, provide a forum for the introduction of new client cases, review of client needs, and community resource sharing.

  • Information & Referral
  • The staff at MPFRC is committed to providing community members with resource information and referral. Whether services are provided on-site, at a partner family resource center, or other community agency, no consumer leaves empty-handed when seeking resource information. MPFRC has developed a comprehensive resource directory with information for those seeking emergency shelter, legal aid, rental assistance, money management, and food banks, among other services.

  • Individualized Educational Plan Clinics & Workshops
  • Magnolia Park Family Resource Center has partnered with Team of Advocates for Special Kids (TASK) to provide Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) clinics and workshops. The IEP clinics are designated for families who need assistance with IEP meetings and understanding basic rights. IEP consultations are by appointment only. They are conducted in English or Spanish. Parents are requested to bring in all of their child's educational records for review by trained staff members with experience in attending IEP meetings and understanding of the laws serving individuals with special needs. Information workshops on the IEP Assessment Process, Rights and Strategies are also offered regularly.
    TASK IEP Clinics Flyer (January - March 2018) English & Spanish
    TASK Workshop App Adventures (February 7, 2018)
    TASK IEP Clinics Flyer (January - March 2018) English & Spanish

  • Mental Health Counseling
  • The City of Garden Grove and Community Service Programs have partnered to provide access to individual, family, couples, and group counseling. All mental health counseling services provided at MPFRC are free.
    Grief Support Group
    Grief Support Group (Spanish)
    Women's Support Group (January & February) English & Spanish

  • Family Advocacy/ Individual Case Management
  • At MPFRC an expert family advocate, hired by the City of Garden Grove, provides individual case management services. The Family advocate is the first point of access to MPFRC services. The family advocate conducts a thorough needs assessment with new clients, and presents their cases and service recommendations at weekly case management meetings.

  • Parent Education
  • At MPFRC, community members have access to linguistically-competent parent education. Parenting classes are offered in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese and focus on different age groups ranging from pre-school, school-age, and teens. Some classes have been specifically tailored for fathers only and for parents who are in the process of reunifying with their children.
    Father's Parenting Class (February - March 2018) English & Spanish
    Olive Crest Common Sense Parenting

  • Teen Services
  • SOL Teen Group (Front)
    SOL Teen Group (Back)
    Youth Healthy Relationship Classes

  • Domestic Violence Services
  • MPFRC partners with Interval House to provide the Personal Empowerment Program (PEP) to female victims of domestic violence.

Other Services and Programs: