3660 N. Carl G. Rose (HW 200)

Hernando, FL 34442

Phone: 352.344.1001

Fax: 352.341.2006



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Facility Tour


Welcome to the Citrus County Family Resource Center


What Do We Do?

We provide the families of Citrus County with:

  • Parenting classes
  • Resource library
  • Referring families to the right resources to get the help they need
  • Bike to work program
  • 24-hour Warm-line for those in crisis
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  • We also provide the families of Citrus County with:
  • Clothing
  • Household goods
  • Baby furniture and supplies
  • Emergency food assistance
  • Our "Sponsor a Child for Christmas" project provides gifts to children whose families are referred to us from other agencies.



The Reception Area

At the center we strive to welcome our families into a warm and

relaxed atmosphere where they can feel comfortable and at ease.



Our resource library offers books and videos on:

  • Parenting skills
  • Child abuse prevention
  • Education
  • Child development
  • Discipline
  • Children's books
  • And many other topics
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The Kitchen and Food Pantry

Our food pantry provides balanced food boxes for families in

need including:

  • Meat
  • Veggies
  • Fruit
  • Bread and cereals
  • Milk
  • Baby formula for the little ones

We are normally open 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM. Holiday hours will be posted.

This organization is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

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The Clothes Closet
Our clothes closet helps provide our families with clothing for:

  • Seasonal changes
  • School
  • Growing children
  • New babies
  • Our career clothes closet has clothing for:
  • Successful interviewing
  • Needed clothing and shoes for the job
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The Classroom

We hold parenting workshops 4-7 times a year to help parents with

the difficult job of child rearing:

  • Communication
  • Self-discipline
  • Responsibility
  • Problem solving skills
  • Self-esteem
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Bike to Work

We provide bikes for people to use as transportation.

Having transportation allows people to find work and eventually to leave the world of homelessness.

Some families who have a home are still not able to get from place to place and these bikes

add to their quality of life.



Santa's Workshop

All children look forward to Christmas, although some won't find any toys or gifts under the tree Christmas morning, unless we have your help. The children we help are referred from a number of sources. These include: Low Income Housing, The Centers, Economic Services, Foster care, CASA abuse shelter, subsidized child care, Deaf services, and those that schools and teachers recognize in need.


The Citrus County Family Resource Center coordinates community sponsors who want to make Christmas brighter for area children. Children typically receive clothing, underwear, socks and some toys as well as special need items. In 2017 we provided gifts for 2,072 children.



Connections Outreach Center

We were able to open the long awaited outreach center in 2011
This center offers help to local residents to connect with the services needed by their families. Many other agencies participate by stationing a representative at the building. Currently a person from The Centers is available on Thursday afternoons. The representative from veterans Services is there on alternate Tuesdays. A representative from the department of Children and Families comes on the last Friday of the month to help with food stamp or medicaid problems. There are computers available for people to look for work and for people to send an email to family. There are two other computers available for people to use to apply for state services. This building is two doors down the road from our main offices at 3848 E Parsons Point Road.




The support from our staff of volunteers and our community sponsors is what makes our many programs possible.