Family Service and Children's Aid (FSCA)

Family Service and Children's Aid (FSCA)


Missed trunk and treat but dressed up all day still for work! I love this work family!!!
Not quite sure how to view the live feed of the cash bash tonight!!! Someone help!!
I was placed through this agency in 1965. I have since found my birth mother and all of my 10 other siblings! Last year I got to visit Jackson for a family reunion. I stopped in the office and Children’s Services still offered me help and counseling. Thank you❤️
Jackson Christmas Parade - November 16th at 6pm. Like our page for more information.
Do you have volunteer opportunities?
Hello, I am Veronica Fritz and I am a Baker College student and I am trying to gain insight on how great this organization is. I am trying to bring awareness to others that may not have an idea what services are provided by this organization. I am focusing on different fundraisers that are held by this organization, if you're able to provide information on some fundrasers that have been held or upcoming. Please dont hesitate to message to share your personal experience, and answer questions I may have! Thank you in advance.
Do you have a sliding fee scale for counseling? If so, could I have more information?

Family Service & Children's Aid touches the lives of thousands of Michigan families in Jackson and s

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ICYMI: vaccines are now available for ages 6 months and up. For more information about the vaccine, visit or talk to your health care provider.

Photos from Jackson YMCA's post 06/27/2022

Photos from Jackson YMCA's post


HHS is working to ensure that infant formula is safe and available for families across the country. For information on measures being taken to address the formula shortage and resources on locating baby formula, visit:


No one needs to face their pandemic fears, worries or concerns alone. The Stay Well program is here for Michiganders. Join community members going through similar situations and share tips to boost mental wellness. Learn more and register at

Timeline photos 06/14/2022

Timeline photos


With temperatures climbing into the 90s this week, the Martin Luther King Jr. Center will be open for anyone who needs a cool place to get out of the heat.

Residents are welcome to "chill out" at the MLK Center during regular program hours, which are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. The center is located at 1107 Adrian St.

The Boos Center will not be open as a cooling center due to ongoing construction.

Timeline photos 06/14/2022

Timeline photos


Jackson Public Schools is sponsoring several drop-in FREE lunch sites (some sites will also serve breakfast) during the summer months for youth up to age 18.


Let’s celebrate the praise heaped on Imani by a close adult.

“Imani is a leader at heart. She is very sweet and affectionate, and she enjoys laughing and joking. Imani is a caretaker who is going to do what is necessary to help her fellow peer.” Learn more about this great girl at


Aiden’s dream day: drawing and making art; exercising while skateboarding and tossing a football; eating pepperoni pizza; sharing jokes and laughs before bedtime.

Learn more about this fun and bubbly boy at


Four in 10 teens report they feel “persistently sad or hopeless,” according to a recent CDC survey. If you know a teenager struggling with these feelings, we hope you’ll share this with them. “Staying Well” is a series of four workshops designed to help teens cope with strong emotions, manage relationships, and find meaning and purpose in their lives. Learn more and register at


The JUMP program through our partners Family Service and Children's Aid (FSCA) helped a struggling student change tracks and get a second chance for a better, more stable life. Find out how in our latest IMPACT! blog:


“Serenity will go out of her way to let you know she’s thinking of you through a small gift, note or phone call,” says one of her close adults.

Find out more about this Golden Rule girl at


You won’t need to worry about any five-alarm fires with Brayden around since he wants to become a firefighter.

Discover his interests and read about how his typical day in any fire station USA might turn out at


Grief can be difficult for anyone to navigate—and it’s especially hard for adolescents whose lives have already been disrupted by the pandemic. The Stay Well program invites people in their teens and early 20’s facing grief and loss to join us for this supportive workshop series. Learn more and register at


You know it’s important to always supervise your child near water, but did you know it’s just as important to practice ?
Learn more at


In this Stay Well workshop series, clinical mental health counselor Zeinab Moussa continues to discuss emotions experienced by those who are grieving, and engages participants in drawing, writing, mental exercises, and relaxation techniques to help them cope.

Register for Mondays at 6 p.m.

Register for Wednesdays at noon:


She’s athletic and artistic, yet Abigail (aka Abby) excels in other areas as well.

Check out more about this radiant ray of sunshine’s busy life and bright future at


Gabe (aka Gabriel) can turn gloom into glory, despair into delight.

“He is someone who always can put a smile on my face even on the bad days!” says one of his close adults. Learn more about this superhero of grins at


When it comes to critters, Noah favors Wolverines and Tigers – the ones found on the field, not in the wild.

Check out his profile and video at and learn the difference between dragons and dinosaurs. It’ll make you chuckle!


This popular workshop for parents and their kids uses simple art exercises to teach children how to understand and manage difficult feelings. Sign up for one, two, or all six workshops and learn lessons for creating a more harmonious family life. Register at


This popular workshop for parents and their kids uses simple art exercises to teach children how to understand and manage difficult feelings. Sign up for one, two, or all six workshops and learn lessons for creating a more harmonious family life. Register at


The future doesn’t just look bright for Korall – it blazes.

This intelligent young lady spends much of her free time reading. “I love mythology books,” Korall says. Learn her other likes at


Says Anton, “I bring good vibes.” Indeed he does, say the adults who care about him most.

“Anton is very funny, outgoing and talented,” says one of those adults. Discover Anton’s talents and more at


Playgroups are happening face to face! Come play, learn and meet others!


Saxon loves learning about ships and takes great pride in his love for and knowledge of them.

Make his day by asking him about the Titanic. And sail on over to to learn more about this great young man.


What are the signs that a young person is struggling with serious emotional health issues? How and when should you help? Find out in this Stay Well webinar designed for parents and others who care for teenagers. Register at


"FOSTER CHILDREN ARE DAMAGED" part I misconception v. reality in recognition of .


Have you checked out any of the FREE family workshops yet through the Jackson County Intermediate School District ? They are teaming up with Family Service and Children's Aid (FSCA) to offer a variety of helpful workshops centered on how to manage stress and anxiety, child development, and many other topics!
These FREE workshops are offered every other Wednesday evening beginning on May 4 and childcare is provided. The first 15 registered participants will receive a $25 gas card!
CHECK OUT the flyer below for more information and register today using the QR Code or this link:


This champ has competed against a world champ, so you’ll want to check out more about Orlando at

We had a chance to chat with Orlando as he revealed his passion for Pokémon and paleontology and talked about a special duel he had that inspired him to embrace chess.


Asher stands by with lightsabers in hand for when the Jedi Knights need him. Happy Star Wars Day!
From Star Wars, Asher switches timeframes and galaxies to other interests including exploring and future inventions, which you can learn about at

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FSCA Run for Fun




330 W Michigan Ave
Jackson, MI

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Counseling Services, LLC Counseling Services, LLC
2575 Spring Arbor Rd, Suite 300
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Another Day Another Memory (A.D.A.M.) Another Day Another Memory (A.D.A.M.)
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Jackson, 49203

We are a free grief support organization for children and adults who have lost a loved one(s). Groups are led by a licensed counselor and trained volunteers, who have lost a loved one.

Segue, Inc. Segue, Inc.
212 E. Biddle Street
Jackson, 49203

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Martin House Therapies Martin House Therapies
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Jackson, 49202

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Open Door Adoption Services Open Door Adoption Services
316 S. Brown St.
Jackson, 49283

Open Door Adoption Services is committed to providing adoption services for ALL families regardless of race, sexual orientation, gender, or religion.

Integro, llc Integro, llc
1200 N West Ave Ste 300
Jackson, 49202

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