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Community Resources for Families

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Community Resources for Families

Community Resources for Families
This page contains resources that will help you and your family navigate through this school year.

Broward County Resources

Department of Children and Families – Child Welfare Resource

Children’s Services Council of Broward County Resource Page

Broward Connections

Broward County Resources Parent Directory

Broward County Human Services

Broward County Public School

Parent Support Resources

Broward Schools Parent Support Page provides valuable resources for parents during this challenging time, including Parent University training modules to support your student’s learning, childcare options, and how to request technical support.


Mental Health and Wellness

Mental health and wellness support along with personalized one-on-one guidance, intervention, and grief recovery


Student Services

Provide a wide array of support services for students, staff, and families of Broward County Public Schools including but not limited to Homeless Education, Family Counseling, School Social Workers


Online Application for Free and Reduced Price Meals.

The online application is an easy and convenient way for parents and guardians to submit online multi-child meal benefit applications. There is not a fee for using the website as the service is provided free of charge by Broward Schools.


This site includes important resources regarding coronavirus and information regarding keeping children healthy; including but not limited to mindfulness videos, mental health resources, family counseling contact information, list of BCPS food distribution times, free internet information, etc.  Please note information is always changing.


Together4Broward is a task force of Broward service organizations collaborating during these extraordinary times to ensure our Broward community has access to critical resources, of which our first priority is nutritious food. This website provides a county-wide map to find a food distribution site near you.

Broward County Public Library

How to Get a Library Card

(All Access Card, Instant Ecard, NSU Alvin Sherman Library)Digital Direct Program (collaboration with Broward County Public Schools) This program allows for students to access BCL digital resources using a student ID. Parents need to opt in for this program through the Back to School forms.

BCL Events

Join our mailing list

Children’s BookFest Online Author and Illustrator Series

Ready for College programs

SAT/ACT Test Prep (8.31- 9.23: Mondays and Wednesdays at 4pm) Register

College Readiness Workshops (ongoing)  Register

BCL Digital Resources (available with a BCL card)

Brainfuse Help Now:

Live tutoring on-the-go – Access to live help, learning materials and study tools. Helps students bridge the gap between classroom instruction and online tutoring sessions. Available on: Apple® | Android™

K-12 Online Student Resources

Broward Behavioral Health Coalition

One Community Partnership 3 (OCP3) is a Broward youth system of care grant awarded through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to Broward County. The overarching purpose of OCP3 is to enhance infrastructure and build evidence-based mental health service capacity within the Broward school and child welfare systems for young people between the ages of 12 and 21 years old with serious emotional disturbance (SED) and those with early signs and symptoms of serious mental illness (SMI). OCP3 will serve 25 youth in year one, 58 youth in year two, 58 youth in year three, and 59 youth in year four, with a total of 200 unduplicated youth and their families (biological/foster) served throughout the grant.

Broward Youth Reentry Program (BYRP) was designed to create a recovery oriented, consumer focused approach to behavioral health services.  It provides services and supports to youth ages 12-21 with the goal of eliminating re-involvement in the criminal justice system.  Youth and interested family members receive peer support as youth transition through four phases within the program.  In addition to peer support, youth receive many other services, such as case management and Moral Reconation Therapy (MRT).  The purpose of MRT is to help youth develop better decision-making skills and gain empathy regarding the impact their choices can have. The program is tailored to meet the needs of youth on an individual basis and uses Transition to Independence Process (TIP) to give youth a voice and choice in the direction of their lives.