about the circle 30 years of serving history Family Care Network, Inc. (FCNI) was founded as a California public benefit corporation in August of 1987 by current CEO, Jim Roberts, with the purpose of creating family-based treatment programs as an alternative to group home or institutional care of children and youth. Today, FCNI operates as a Community- Based Organization, serving San Luis Obispo and Santa Barbara counties through multiple programs designed to strengthen and preserve families and individuals impacted by trauma. Programs are delivered in partnership with public and private agencies and the community. During the 2017/18 fiscal year, the Family Care Network provided 21 distinct programs in five service divisions, including: Family Support Services; Behavioral Health Services; Housing and Support Services; Education Support Services; and Community Resources Development. guiding philosophy Our services are guided by seven principles: • Remain “Mission Focused” • Always do what is best for children, youth and families • Do everything with high integrity and excellence • Always pursue the best outcomes, visibility and accountability • Do everything through a collaborative, team-driven process • Always provide the best customer relations and services • Always be creative, innovative and passionate circle of serving Our agency serves children, youth and families impacted by trauma living on the Central Coast. Our community partners, including numerous individual volunteers, families, local businesses and organizations, are dedicated to a sole purpose: improving the quality of life of others by surrounding them with compassionate care, support and guidance. values INTEGRITY HONESTY PERSEVERANCE COMMITMENT STAFF WELLNESS & SATISFACTION ACCOUNTABILITY HOPE LOYALTY PRAYER COMPASSION & MERCY UNCONDITIONAL CARE THANKFULNESS COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP COMPETENCE & QUALITY FLEXIBILITY HUMILITY RELATIONSHIP ORDER POSITIVE LIFE CHANGES SPIRITUALITY accreditation In 2014, the agency earned The Joint Commission’s “Gold Seal” of National Accreditation, having met the highest standards for providers serving in the Behavioral Health field. The agency’s National Accreditation was renewed by the Joint Commission in 2017. To date, FCNI is the only agency of its kind to earn this high level of accreditation on the Central Coast. 4