“It has always been my philosophy and practice to lead the change-transformation process instead of reacting to it.” This statement made by Jim was especially true in our Year 19! FCNI and SLO County led the charge to improve the state’s Human Services Field–adopting critical new legislative changes into daily practices in service delivery in order to better serve our community. Read about the whole year here:
We hope that you will join us over the next 30 weeks as we share the journey of the Family Care Network, highlighting our partners and collaborators who made the last 30 years of care possible.
FCNI at a Glance
Number of Programs
Children, Youth and Families Served
State of the State
California has 78,278 children in foster care.
Eight Bills Passed
In 2006, the state passed into law a package of EIGHT bills intended to improve the lives of its foster care children and youth.