Drop-In Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am – 4pm and by appointment
Gum Moon Residence Hall, located in Chinatown, provides family support services for families with children and youth ages 0-17. Services and activities include information and referral; playgroups for infants and toddlers; Triple P parenting education courses; parent education workshops; parent/peer support groups; developmental screenings; mental health and speech delay assessments; and family advocacy.
Other Leveraged ServicesTransitional housingGum Moon provides safe, affordable transitional housing and support services for female survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking for up to 24 months.By refferal
|Classification||Service||Description||How to Access|
|Community Connections||Workshops and classes||Parent education workshops focus on topics that are important to families with children age 0- 5, as well as school age children and youth. Popular topics include nutrition, child development, disaster preparedness, oral health, and asthma prevention.||By phone|
|Community Connections||Family and community events||Families participate in holiday and cultural festivities, educational field trips, and other social events that provide opportunities for families to learn about different cultures in their community. Activities are designed to promote parents/caregivers and children bonding and families form connections to build community. There is at least one event each quarter.||Drop-in|
|Community Connections||Information and referrals||Staff members provide information and referral services for a variety of needs, such as housing, education, child care, employment, and legal services. Families can visit during drop in hours to meet with FRC staff.||Drop-in|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Infants and babies playgroup||Families with infants 0-18 months participate in activities that promote the infants’ fine/gross motor skill development, socialization, and literacy. Parents/caregivers receive information and advice on caring for their babies. Parents commit to attending playgroups with their infant twice a week for six-months.
Classes meet on Tuesdays and Fridays, 10:00AM–12:00PM.
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Toddlers/preschoolers playgroup|| Families with children 19 months – 4 years participate in activities that promote children’s fine/gross motor skills, cognition, socialization, and literacy. Parents commit to attend with their child several days a week for ten-month period for preschool-like activities. Preschool-age children ages 2-4 engage in more tasks that are intended for school readiness.
Parents learn to promote child development and engagement with child learning. Sessions are conducted in Cantonese/Mandarin.
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Parent education||Parents/Caregivers of children and youth ages 2-12 participate in Triple P courses. Each cycle is 11 weeks long. Classes offered in Cantonese/Mandarin.||By enrollment|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Support groups||We offer parent/caregiver support groups, grandparent support groups, and support groups for mothers of newborns. Days and Times vary||By enrollment|
|Parenting Advice and Skill Building||Developmental screening||Ages and Stages Questionnaire (ASQ) and Keys to Interactive Parenting Scale (KIPS) are administered to children Birth-5.||By appointment|
|Formal Supports||Family advocacy/case management||Families can receive focused guidance to achieve goals related to parenting, employment, housing, and health.||By referral, drop-in|
|Other Leveraged Services||After school homework and activities||Services offered for children ages 6-12 Monday-Friday, 3:00PM-5:30PM.||Drop-in|
|Other Leveraged Services||Transitional housing||Gum Moon provides safe, affordable transitional housing and support services for female survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking for up to 24 months.||By referral|