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Family Resource Associates

Red Bank, NJ

New Jersey

Family Resource Associates

 
 
 

Growing and increasing visibility: Building for Good is helping to build a legacy for New Jersey nonprofit serving children and adolescents with disabilities and special needs.


Family Resource Associates (FRA) helps children, adolescents, and people of all ages with disAbilities to reach their fullest potential.  FRA connects individuals to independence through specialized therapies and advanced technology.  FRA assists individuals of all ages who have developmental delays or disAbilities through home-based early intervention for infants, therapeutic recreation programs, pre-vocational and educational classes for adults, along with family and sibling support groups. 

After 40 years serving families in Monmouth county, B4Gā€™s volunteer attorneys helped FRA relocate and open a new center in Red Bank, NJ.  The move has allowed FRA to grow into an 8,800 square foot state-of-the-art learning center.  The new FRA will have expanded technology and services, new opportunities for successful employment, expanded space for family support services, and youth programs. 


Based on the pro bono services we received through Building for Good, we were able to commit more of our financial resources to our mission: helping children, adolescents and people of all ages with disabilities to reach their fullest potential.
— Bill Sheeser - Chair, Capital Building Fund, Family Resource Associates

 
The new Red Bank location of the Family Resource Associates dedicated to and named the Michael G. Bell Center for Family Resource Associates. The new center opened on July 26, 2019.   The facility serves the community and people of all ages who have developmental or acquired disAbilities.

The new Red Bank location of the Family Resource Associates dedicated to and named the Michael G. Bell Center for Family Resource Associates. The new center opened on July 26, 2019. The facility serves the community and people of all ages who have developmental or acquired disAbilities.