The Health Trust Family Resource Center

Our work includes direct services, grant making and policy advocacy. It is organized under three initiatives: Healthy Eating, Healthy Aging and Healthy Living. Our work also includes Destination Home, a public-private partnership galvanizing our community to end chronic homelessness in Santa Clara County.
The Healthy Living Initiative targets families and individuals in vulnerable communities and provides the services and connections people need to enjoy the healthiest lives possible.
The mission of the Healthy Eating Initiative is to ensure that every resident in Santa Clara County and Northern San Benito County is able to conveniently purchase and consume affordable, quality, nutritious food.
The mission of the Healthy Aging Initiative is to ensure that older residents of Santa Clara County and Northern San Benito County have access to coordinated healthcare and supportive services in the setting most appropriate to their needs.
The mission of Destination: Home is to end chronic homelessness in Santa Clara County. 

Funded by FIRST 5 Santa Clara County’s Learning Together Initiative, The Health Trust’s Family Resource Centers provide an environment where children ages 0-5 and their parents and caregivers can learn and grow together. The Health Trust’s Family Resource Centers, operated in partnership with Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and SJB Child Development Centers, offer free programs and services designed to strengthen families and promote literacy, proper nutrition, physical activity and skills that growing children need to be ready to succeed in kindergarten. Health Trust FRC located at 46 Race St.,San Jose, CA, 95126 Services include: School readiness Developmental screenings Early literacy programs Art enrichment Support groups for parents and caregivers of infants gardenNutrition and wellness Family Garden Club Zumba classes for adults and children Sports skills development Oral health education Breast feeding support Low-cost fresh fruits and vegetables Parent and family education Parenting classes Parent assertiveness training Financial literacy Information and community resources Health insurance enrollment Application assistance for Calfresh (food stamps) and WIC Referrals to other community programs and services Special events Community celebrations, garden work days, holiday parties, volunteer recognition events

3180 Newberry Dr. Suite 200
95118 San Jose , CA
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Wed, May 06, 2020: 8:02 pm
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