Welcome to the Family Resource Center (FRC)!
The FRC is a FREE resource for all HUSD students and their families.
Items on hand vary but usually include:
- Clothing for all seasons in sizes from baby to adult
- Limited shoes in various sizes
- Undergarments (Socks and Underwear)
- Winter Items (Hoodies, Coats, Gloves, Beanies & Scarves)
- Backpacks and School Supplies
- Lap blankets (made by Project Linus)
- Hygiene products (Soap, Shampoo, Lotion, Toothbrushes, Toothpaste, and Hand Sanitizer)
- Feminine Hygiene pouches
- Flyers, pamphlets, and compiled Resource Lists for Housing, Shelters, Healthcare, and Food Boxes)
- Children's books and toys
Lisa Krietenstein, our Family Resource Specialist, is here to help! Call or email to schedule a time to come in. Hours of the FRC vary, so appointments are recommended.
Now open one Saturday a month. Check out the information posted on our social media pages or call to find out the next date/time.
All items are donated by community members, parents from HUSD schools, and our great church and business partners. The FRC is always accepting donations of new or gently used clothing in all sizes, new undergarments, new hygiene supplies, new school supplies, and gift cards to local stores (Walmart, Frys, Great Clips, Maverik, Mcdonald's). Tax donation receipts are available upon request.
The Family Resource Center is located at the District Office, located at 6411 N Robert Road, Prescott Valley, AZ. We are in building 400, room 422 - across from the bus parking, near the Bright Futures Preschool.
Lisa Krietenstein is also the HUSD Point of Contact for students and families experiencing temporary housing situations (McKinney-Vento Homeless) and for the students that are in foster care.
If you are experiencing a temporary housing situation or homelessness, please complete the Student Eligibility Form and return it to your student's school office staff.
Each situation is unique and will be looked at fully.
McKinney-Vento defines homelessness as
“Individuals who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence”
This may include (but is not limited to)
sharing housing due to economic hardship or loss of housing (e.g. doubled-up)
living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or campgrounds
living in emergency or transitional shelters
sleeping in places unfit for human habitation (e.g. park benches)
living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, etc.
The McKinney-Vento program can assist students in school stability by keeping students in their school of origin and helping with fees, clothing, supplies, meals, and transportation. See McKinney-Vento Student Rights for more information.
The Foster Care student program is similar to the McKinney-Vento Homeless Program and can assist students with school of origin, meals, supplies, and transportation.
Lastly, the FRC hosts Parenting Workshops, free for all parents. Workshops are listed on the “Parenting Education Workshops” tab under the Family Resources tab on the website and also posted on the HUSD Social Media accounts.
Foster Student Point of Contact: Lisa Krietenstein
Homeless Student Point of Contact: Lisa Krietenstein
Family & Community Coordinator
6411 N Robert Rd Bldg 400 Rm 422
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
Mc-Kinney Vento Homeless DISPUTES:
The dispute resolution's purpose is to provide the parent/guardian an opportunity to dispute a Local Educational Agency (LEA) decision on eligibility, school selection, enrollment, or transportation feasibility.
The McKinney-Vento Homeless Education Assistance Improvements Act of 2001 requires the State Educational Agencies (SEAs) to have a procedure for the prompt resolution of disputes regarding the educational placement of homeless children and youth.
For the dispute form or for more information on dispute resolution, please click the link below to be directed to the Arizona Department of Education's website.