Pacoima Family Resource Center

Pacoima Family Resource Center

We offer free, culturally focused health education resources and programs designed to promote wellness and healthy living. All L.A. Care members and the public get access to preventive services like free health screenings for blood pressure. Take health education classes on parenting, healthy cooking and managing asthma, diabetes or weight. 

At the Pacoima Family Resource Center, you can learn to cook and plan healthy meals, take Zumba and yoga classes and more.

Stop by to see how we can help you live a healthy life.

 

What's Available at a Family Resource Center?

L.A. Care's six Family Resource Centers focus on the needs of local communities — providing health plan information, and offering health, nutrition and exercise classes for both L.A. Care members and the general public. 

 

Monthly Spotlight

Each month, we highlight FRC happenings, a special event or a new workshop that may be of particular interest to you.

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Alzheimer’s: Dementia Friends

Become part of the Dementia Friends global movement by completing this one-hour session. 

We'll discuss an overview of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, as well as the options available to improve quality of life for those experiencing these conditions.

You'll learn five key messages about dementia and how to develop action steps to help your community be dementia-friendly.  

Each participant will receive a Dementia Friend pin!

This class is FREE and will be presented in Spanish.

Date and Time: Thursday, February 14 | 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.

Location: Pacoima Family Resource Center
 

 

Resources for Your Entire Family

  • Free health education classes
  • Exercise classes
  • Health screenings
  • Free or low-cost health care coverage
  • Friendly staff who speak your language
  • Classes for kids
  • Child care is provided
     

Not Convinced Yet? See this Member's Story

L.A. Care member Daysi Portillo talks about the different ways she uses her local Family Resource Center. Visit one and see first-hand what they can do for you.