Far Northern Regional Center
Far Northern Regional Center (FRNC) is a fixed point of referral for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. FNRC also provides services to infants and toddlers (from birth to three years old) who are showing a delay in their development or who are at substantially high risk for a developmental disability.
FNRC coordinates community resources such as education, recreation, health, rehabilitation and welfare for individuals with developmental disabilities.
In-Home Supportive Services (IHSS) The program provides physical support to eligible aged, blind or disabled adults and children who would not otherwise be able to safely remain in their homes.
Butte County Children and Families Commission
The California Children and Families Act promotes the health and well-being of young children and their families; to improve developmental outcomes for children and help them grow to their fullest potential. The Act is designed to support delivery at the local level, a wide range of programs and services to help families and communities support their children and assure they have the best opportunities to grow and develop fully. The Commission carries out its duty in the administration of the funds allocated to Butte County through the California Children and Families Act of 1998.
Butte County Department of Child Support Services
The mission of the Department of Child Support Services is to use our resources to establish paternity and obtain fair and appropriate child support orders and to collect and distribute child support to families in an effort to enhance the quality of life and self-esteem of children in an efficient, compassionate, and professional manner.
Independent Living Program (Youth and Family Programs)
The Butte County Independent Living Program (ILP) serves foster care youth starting at the age of 16 until they turn 21. Butte College Independent Living Skills Program (ILSP) classes are available to youth aged 15.5 years and above. ILP prepares youth in out-of-home care for adulthood by offering free classes on subjects such as budgeting, cooking, finding housing, and other life skills.
Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) Program
As trained advocates, CASA volunteers are appointed by judges to be a voice for dependent children in court. The result is they are placed into safe, loving homes where they can thrive.