Metropolitan Family Service is a single
delivering multiple programs to low-income
individuals to accomplish a single
purpose: helping children, families, and
older adults succeed.
You will find
information about the services we provide
and our programs
CHILD AND FAMILY ENRICHMENT
CAFE provides after school literacy
classes and activities to promote student success by engaging
children and their families.
AARP EXPERIENCE CORPS
AARP Experience Corps provides children
with mentoring, tutoring,
and community and family involvement services provided by
primarily older adult teams.
Health Education offers health education
and resources to individuals and families to promote lifelong
healthy eating and exercise habits to build healthy lives.
READY, SET, GO!
Children attend classes with their parent or family member three times a week to learn new skills and social interaction. Parents also learn techniques that they can practice with their child to help them prepare at home.
MAKE PARENTING A PLEASURE
GUIDING GOOD CHOICES
Parent Education reaches out to parents
and families to promote strong family communication, good parenting
skills, and parent involvement in a child's education.
student success and strengthens
communities by expanding
school-based services to include
academic enrichment, recreation, and
health and social services for
students, parents, and neighborhood
WAYS TO WORK
provides qualified working parents with
loans to purchase, repair, or refinance a car for work,
childcare, and school related transportation.
Project Linkage helps older adults
remain independent in their own
homes by linking them with
volunteers who provide in-home
support and transportation.
Retired and Senior Volunteer Program
Connects individuals age 55 and
volunteer opportunities where they use
their life experience and skills to make
positive contributions in the community.