Family Resources Coordinator (FRC)

The Early Support for Infants and Toddlers Program (ESIT) provides early intervention services, including family resources coordination, for eligible children from birth to age three and their families.

FRC Training Process 2017-18

What is a Family Resources Coordinator?

Family Resources Coordinator (FRC) is a person who assists a family in gaining access to the early intervention services for their eligible child and other resources as identfied in the Individual  Family Service Plan (IFSP). The FRC can assist the child's family with developmental concerns, delays or disabilities, receive the rights, procedural safeguards, and services that are authorized to be provided under Washington's Early Support for Infants and Toddlers program (ESIT).

Family Resources Coordinators are located in each county or geographic area of Washington State. The FRC's role is to help families receive early intervention services for their child as needed. To locate the Local Lead FRC in your area, call the Family Health Hotline number 1-800-322-2588 or visit the ESIT website. A family may also call their local health department , health care provider or local school disctrict with their concerns. Information on screening and other resources may be suggested.

ESD 112 has the Washington State contract with Department of Early Learning DEL/ ESIT to provide training for Family Resources Coordinators.

FRC Training Process 2017-18
FRC Training Report Form