By Breanne Massey
A transformation that encapsulates the goals of the Family Resource Centre has been delivered in the form of a brand new identity.
The Family Resource Centre informed staff and clients that it will now be known as Family Dynamix Resource, Development and Advocacy at their annual general meeting held at the Royal Canadian Legion on September 29th.
I believe Family Dynamixs name, logo and tag line better reflects the mission of our organization to provide social supports, counselling, housing and employment services that empower our community to thrive, said Pat Cope, executive director at Family Dynamix Resource, Development and Advocacy.
The Family Resource Centre was established in 1986 and has continued to grow to offer social supports, counselling, housing and employment services to empower the community. The new Family Dynamix Resource, Development and Advocacy identity is geared towards representing the scope of programming thats available to the community it serves.
The Womens Centre, Employment Centre, Canal Flats Centre and the Main Office will be operating under the same umbrella.
Family Dynamix plans to meet the needs of the Columbia Valley by offering efficient programming and constantly evolving to meet the needs of the community.
Family Dynamix is up to date, encompassing the broad range of family units traditional, same-sex, single, parent and blended which focuses on dynamic changes that are essential to healthy living, said Sue Rose, chair of Family Dynamix.