Charleston Family Resource Center

Building Bridges of Opprotunity.



Our Mission is “building bridges of opportunities” by giving residents Charleston the opportunity to achieve. We accomplish our mission by coordinating, facilitating, and/or initiating activities and programs that respond to the needs of families.

We accomplish our mission by coordinating, facilitating and/or initiating actives and programs that respond to the needs of families. 

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The Center offers tutoring, help with Homework, Computer Classes, Computer Programs to assist with various school subjects, Internet Access, Arts & Crafts, Artworks, Music Mentors, Guest Speakers, Read to Rover, Special Activities and Camps throughout the year.


We recently expanded their programs to include those over the age of 60. This includes a noon Nutritional Opportunity, Exercise Classes, Computer Training, Resource Library, Arts & Crafts, and a place to gather and socialize. Senior programs are from weekdays 9 am–1 pm. 

Parents As teachers

PAT promotes optimal early development, learning and health of young children by supporting and engaging their parents and caregivers. We advance the delivery of high quality services for families through a comprehensive system of support and innovative solutions.


The CFRC provides Referral & Information Services. We are open to the general public weekdays from 12 – 6 pm. The Computer Lab with Internet Access allows individuals to access the internet for GED preparation, Resume building, and searching for employment.


“We want to keep kids in a safe place.”

Terri Berkley  |  executive director

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Our Story

The East End Family Resource Center was organized by the East End Coalition for Families in 2001. The Coalition comprised of residents, businesses, city leaders, and others believed that an East End Family Resource Center serving individuals and families living in the East End of Charleston would promote the well-being of the community and enable residents to use resources that are available. The Center also provides an opportunity to develop new programs that “fill the gaps” as needed.

In November 2016, the East End Family Resource Center officially became the Charleston Family Resource Center with the opening of the West Side Campus. The Center is now able to serve even more children and community members as we continue our mission of Building Bridges of Opportunity. 


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