What is the Family Alliance Council of Bexar County
The council is a group of individuals representing agencies or individual that provide an array of service to families.
The council facilitates networking and cooperation for those working to strengthen families.
What truly sets Family Alliance Council (FAC) apart from other networks is their special training and relationship with Texas AgriLife Extension Service and Texas A&M University System. In all volunteer work related to FAC, members follow research-based recommendations.
Family Alliance Council is a stand-alone 501(c)(3) organization. The Family Alliance Council meets every month except in December.
FAC provides high quality, research-based trainings for professionals and families to strengthen families and the programs servicing those families. Trainings assist individuals to gain awareness, increase knowledge, and develop skills for caring for self and others.
- Professional Development Conferences
- National Family Day in September
- Support of the “Blue Ribbon” Work on Child Abuse Awareness and Prevention
- Train the Trainer Workshops on Parenting and Parental Involvement
- Providing Opportunites for Networking
Attend a meeting! A $10 yearly membership fee is charged to cover the cost of maintaining the organization.
FAC Meeting Schedule
Call the Texas AgriLife Extension Office at 210-467-6575 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.