Family Centers has a rich history of serving communities throughout lower Fairfield County dating back to 1891 with the creation of the Stamford Family Welfare Society. Over the years, Family Centers has grown into one of the area's leading and most trusted providers of human service and education programs.
The Arch Street Preschool is renamed The Grauer Preschool
Family Centers Health Care Opens at Wilbur Peck Court in Greenwich
Literacy Volunteers of Stamford/Greenwich merged with Family Centers, Inc.
HealthCare Connection merged with Family Centers, Inc.
Center for HOPE merged with Family Centers, Inc.
Friendly Visitor - Greenwich became a service of Friendly Connections
Stamford CARES and the School Based Health Centers (SBHC) merged to form HealthCare Connection
The Gateway School for Young Children becomes a program of Family Centers Inc.
The Den for Grieving Kids - a Support Center for Grieving Children & their Families founded by the Junior League of Greenwich becomes a program of Family Centers Inc.
The Family Center, Inc. and Family & Children's Services, Inc. merged to form Family Centers Inc.
Hotline, Inc. merged with The Family Center, Inc.
Joan Melber Warburg Early Childhood Center and Adele D. Wenning Counseling Building open
The Den for Grieving Children started by the Junior League of Greenwich
Stamford CARES was incorporated
School Based Health Center (SBHC) opened at Stamford High School
Stamford AIDS Task Force was formed
Center for HOPE was established
Greenwich Center for Child & Family Service legally changed its name to The Family Center, Inc.
New Canaan office opens
Gateway School was founded
Darien Family Counseling Service merged with Family & Children's Services of Stamford to form Family & Children's Services of Stamford, Darien and New Canaan
Family & Children's Services admitted to the United Fund of Darien
Family & Children's Services admitted to the United Fund of New Canaan
Family & Children's Center legally changed it's name to Family & Children's Services of Stamford.
Darien Family Counseling Service established
1939 - 1941
Family Welfare Society, Child Guidance Clinic and Stamford Children's Services (Stamford Children's Home) merged to form Family & Children's Centers
Child Guidance Clinic established as a program of Family & Children's Services
1932 - 1939
Greenwich Shelter, The Day Nursery, Greenwich Social Service, and the Catholic Welfare Bureau merged to form the Greenwich Center for Child & Family Service
Greenwich Social Service League founded (Counseling Service)
The United Workers opened the Emily Bruce Shelter - later renamed The Greenwich Shelter
Greenwich Aid Society forms United Workers of Greenwich
• District visitor (1909)
• Day Nursery
Greenwich Aid Society formed
Stamford Children's Home founded
Stamford Family Welfare Society formed