The Nathanson Family Resilience Center at UCLA houses a welcoming center designed to support the wellbeing of families living with mental health problems through educational resources and prevention programs. The Center works with communities & systems of care to design & evaluate high-quality, preventive services that enhance family relationships & child development.
The NFRC delivers family-centered clinical services and partners with community systems to offer training, whole school and in classroom programming, custom online screening platforms, and consultation on virtual program delivery.
Who We Serve
In addition to working with individual families, the NFRC strives to build a stronger community of care for all families by increasing research, developing resources, sharing ideas, and working together with community organizations.
Mission and Goals
NFRC develops and implements programs to help families adapt to and overcome challenges. The team works with communities and systems of care to design and evaluate high-quality, preventive services. Embracing innovative approaches, the NFRC provides training in evidence-based programs and best practices to local agencies, schools, and community providers.