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Family Support Circle, Inc. (FSC) was founded in 2001 from the initial faith-based youth development program originally started in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1997 and is now in the Metro Atlanta Area as well. FSC was created by caring individuals who recognized the need for quality youth development and education in the United States and International. FSC is a 501 (c)(3), nationally certified as a Human Trafficking Prevention organization, nonsectarian, social service agency that benefits the national community at large and now international by enhancing the potential and quality of life of each person and families we serve. In 2016, FSC has also expanded to Haiti to help and aid young people in need of quality education and a better way of life. Within FSC’s person-centered philosophy, is a deep commitment to be providers of supports with specific expertise in education, youth development, home and community-based support program for youth, adults and elderly who are medically frail and those individuals with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities in the United States and abroad.
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FSC is seeking executives to join the Board of Directors for Family Support Circle.
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