• A partnership of family, school and community

     Located at the
    Boys and Girls Club of East Aurora
    24 Paine Street
    East Aurora, NY 14052

    What is the East Aurora School District Family Support Center?
    The Family Support Center is a place where counseling, support, and information is available for families.

    The Family Support Center is a collaborative partnership between families, schools, and community human service agencies.

    The Family Support Center believes that the family is the most significant influence in the development of a child.

    The Family Support Center believes that when parents and schools work together, the child is more successful at home, at school, and in life.

    What services are provided by the Family Support Center?
    Short-term counseling
    Support groups
    Parenting groups
    Drug and alcohol assessment
    Prevention programs
    Links with community resources

    When and where are services provided?
    Services are available during the day or early evening.

    Services can be provided either at the Family Support Center located at the Boys and Girls Club of East Aurora or at collaborative partner offices.

    How do I get help for my family?

    Contact your child's school counselor, psychologist, social worker or principal.
    Contact the Family Support Center Coordinator, Carrie Cole, at 687-2454.

    Collaborative Partners:
    East Aurora Union Free School District
    Child and Family Services
    Catholic Charities
    – Erie County Council for the Prevention of Alcohol and Substance Abuse
    Child and Adolescent Treatment Services
    E.C.M.C.  Vocational Recovery and Rehabilitation Center
    United Way of Buffalo and Erie County
    E.P.I.C. – Every Person Influences Children
    East Aurora Police Department
    Boys and Girls Club of East Aurora

    Our vision for East Aurora is a caring, safe community consisting of children and families who are happy, hopeful and productive.  Its citizens are capable of leadership and are active, loyal contributors to their community.
Last Modified on February 1, 2017