Populations Served

 

FBFC serves a variety of populations. The following is an

overview of the populations served in 2016:

 

Number of unduplicated persons served: 521

Gender Distribution: 56% female / 44% male

 

Age Distribution:

  • 13% ages 1-5
  • 28% ages 6-17
  • 2% ages 18-40
  • 48% ages 41-65
  • 9% ages 66-85

 

Ethnicity Distribution:

  • 32% White
  • 47% Hispanic
  • 12% African American
  • 8.6% Asian/Pacific Islander
  • 0.4% Native American

 

Other Characteristics of Persons Served:

  • Acquired Brain Injury – 1
  • Alcohol and/or Other Addictions – 35
  • Developmental Disabilities – 26
  • Hearing Impairment – 2
  • Mental Disorders – 60
  • Probation – 2

 

 

Special Populations Served

 

FBFC works with a variety of minors and NMD who have special needs that include, but is not limited to:

  • Dual Disorders
  • FBFC ensures that certified and resource parents are consistently taking minors and NMD to therapy and issuing proper medication as prescribed
  • Development Disabilities
  • Minors and NMD can be referred to CVRC, Bright Start, and counseling services as needed.
  • DEI/Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
  • FBFC requires all certified and resource parents to attend the four hour training of DEI provided by Tulare county or the four hour training of Head/Sleep Trauma provided by Fresno County if capacity allows for minors ages 0-2.
  • Probation (case by case)
  • FBFC ensures that probation cases complete or work towards completing community hours, participating in drug testing as needed, etc.
  • ITFC
  • FBFC has staff equipped to provide services for ITFC clients. Hours are met based on the level placed (Level 1:81-114 hours, Level 2: 47-80, Level 3: 0-47)

 

 

 

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