TRF has twenty-two experienced Family Service Advocates assigned to a site to work with a caseload of families. Their job is to ensure enrollment of the child, identify needs for the family, provide suitable resources and referrals internally and/or externally, assist the family with personal goals, review child’s medical history and nutrition.Each enrollment is an opportunity for parents to communicate to the Family Service Advocate of any concerns, needs, request information and referrals as well as throughout the program year. The FSA will follow-up with each family twice a year and as necessary.
TRF offers parenting education classes through AbriendoPuertas (Opening Doors) curriculum which provides a series of ten workshops ranging from Self-esteem, nutrition, health, be an effective parent, etc. They are free and available during the program year at three locations running the same time.
TRF conducts monthly parent center meetings to disseminate Policy Council reports, provide educational parent-child activities and information on program activities.