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The Lopez Island Family Resource Center provides resources and guidance necessary to meet the basic needs of the entire community.



  • Advocacy
    Advocacy
  • Education
    Education Organizations
    Professional Development
    Youth Programs
  • Food
    Food
    Food Banks & Pantries
  • Essential Services
    Family Services
    Housing

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When families face difficult times, we act as a safety net, helping them meet basic needs through programs like Lopez Fresh and rental assistance.
Our technology lab, employment and life skills classes, and various workshops provide you with the skills you need to succeed in this technological age.
After-school programs, Readiness to Learn family advocates, our mentor program, and Lopez Summer Workshops allow your child to thrive both in and out of the classroom.
We also provide resources and referrals, connecting you to important services on the local, state, and federal levels.
Above all, our goal is to facilitate the building of bridges within our unique community, allowing people to connect as teachers, mentors, helpers, and friends.