Family Resource Center
About the Family Resource Center
The Family Resource Center links Wayne-Westland families with agencies, organizations, volunteer groups and schools to meet their social, emotional, physical and academic needs. The Family Resource Center is located inside of Adams Upper Elementary School.
We partner with families, the community, and school district staff in order to positively impact the success of every Wayne-Westland student. Through a collaborative effort, we link families with agencies, organizations, volunteer groups, and schools to meet their social, emotional, physical and academic needs.
Amanda Dybus is the District Homeless Liaison, and if anyone has a question or a concern about a family who they think may be experiencing homelessness, please call her at 734-419-2709.
Upcoming Events (Employee, Community & Governmental Relations)
We picked up a donation for the FRC from Burning Bush International Ministries. Here is a photo of the donation of socks, underwear, sweatpants, and toiletries. Thank you!
Thank you Fitness Forum for your generous donation today to our Family Resource Center. Thank you to all who support us and our students at Wayne-Westland Community Schools.
We got a nice donation of school supplies from longtime friend of our Family Resource Center! Thanks Angie!
Information & Resources
We provide referrals to many services throughout our community. We have a database of over 300 resources on file! Here are some of the referrals we can provide our families with:
- Parenting Classes
- and more...
Family Resource Center Donations
Family & Community Engagement Contacts
Family Resource Center Locations
Adams Upper Elementary School
33475 Palmer Rd, Westland, MI 48186
John Glenn High School
36105 Marquette, Westland, MI 48185
This list above contains a list of the following: abuse, add/adhd, adoption/fostercare, adult daycare, alternative schools, assisted living, benefits, child support, childcare, clothing, counseling & crisis intervention, dental, diapers, diabetes, disability information, divorce support, education & literacy, educational testing, employment, English second language (ESL), financial assistance, fire support, food programs, foster care, furniture, grief support, healthcare, hearing impaired, homelessness, housing, infant & prenatal, insurance, laundry services, legal assistance, libraries, literacy services, metal health, mentoring, motgage, parenting support, runaway, senior services, special education, substance abuse, suicide hotline, support groups, transportation, tutoring, unemployment, utilities, and vison.