Service Centers

To enroll in the PHP’s Programs and Services, contact the Family Service Advocate at the Family Resource Center at your child’s school:

Santa Ynez Elementary School

3325 Pine Street, Room 25
Santa Ynez, CA 93460
805-686-7356
FAX 805-686-7376

Family Services Advocate:

Claudia Diaz-Nunoz
805-757-7167
claudia@syvphp.org

Solvang Elementary School

565 Atterdag Road, Room 15
Solvang, CA 93463
805-697-4442

Family Services Advocate:

Ana Banda
805-705-9143
ana@syvphp.org

Jonata Middle School

310 Second Street, Room 31
Buellton, CA 93427
805-688-4222 x 2223

Family Services Advocate:

Ana Banda
805-705-9143
ana@syvphp.org

Olga Reed Elementary School

480 Centennial Street, Room 2
Los Alamos, CA 93441
805-344-3172

Family Services Advocate:

Claudia Diaz-Nunoz
805-757-7167
claudia@syvphp.org

What Is a Family Resource Center?

A Family Resource Center (FRC) is a place where parents and caregivers can get help on a wide range of needs to make sure that children are healthy and ready for school and families are supported. The FRC serves children and their families with the goal to provide the best start for all children by supporting families to be their first teacher, encourage parent participation and engagement at school, and to work with the child’s teacher to support learning at home.

The FRC is place where you can obtain information on topics such as health, nutrition, child care, parenting and managing daily life stressors. The FRC has knowledge about community resources and can help you get linked to those services. The FRC also offers parenting classes on topics such as how to positively discipline your 5 year old or teenage child, substance abuse prevention, and healthy food preparation.

The FRC helps families by making many services easier to get. The FRC staff can help you identify the resources you need, such as health insurance enrollment like Medi-cal to obtain medical or dental services in your community. We support families when they are experiencing life changing events that impact their ability to provide for their family, such as a loss of a job, death in the family or medical injury. In addition, the FRC provides mental health and wellness services for children and families experiencing daily challenges such as divorce. We work with the family to provide holistic and comprehensive services.