My name is Sandra Burgess and I have been a member of the Children’s Board Family Resource Centers in Town ‘N Country, since July, 2014. I learned about the CBFRC in TNC from a friend of mine at church. I have custody of my granddaughter, Adrianna, and I enrolled her into their Developmental Playgroups. I felt a connection with this Center because it is managed by the Children’s Home Network which is the same agency where I met my wonderful and devoted husband. We both worked in their residential program. We married and raised our four children.
In June 2019, 13-year-old Brandon Duran and his father, Wilson Rodriguez Guerrero, visited the Children’s Board Family Resource Center in Town ‘N Country after being referred by Hispanic Services. The family recently moved to the area from Colombia, where Brandon was previously diagnosed and hospitalized for type 2 diabetes.
My name is Aracelis Alicea Gomez and I have two daughters, Arelis, age 11 and Ariana, age 5. My family and I started coming to the Children’s Board Family Resource Center in Town ’N Country (CBFRC) because Woodbridge Elementary School listed this Center as one of the places I could receive help to get medical insurance for my daughter.
My name is Rodolfo Leon Delgado. I discovered the Children’s Board Family Resource Centers in Town ‘N Country when I was looking for a place to receive a flu shot. Walgreen Pharmacy had partnered with the CBFRC in TNC to provide flu shots to the community at no cost to Center participants.