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OUR STORY.

When United Family Center was initially planned, the company’s vision and mission was not what it is today.

United Family Center was created with one goal in mind: helping our communities. Though many things have changed since we opened our doors in 2020, our mission has not. If anything, it’s grown! UFC set out with the intention of bringing early childhood education blended with family services. But as we continued our work down this path, we saw another gap in our communities, and that was the need for behavioral health services. So we evolved to become the source to fill this gap.

In just a few short years, UFC has grown to become a major resource for families and youth in Washington state. Our services now cover a wide spectrum of outpatient behavioral health and family services. We’ve teamed up with schools to make it easier for the younger members of our communities to find help. We’ve created public events to raise awareness of the local resources available to everyone. And we are just getting started.

 

United Family Center was made to help our communities, and we will keep working and growing to ensure that we can all live as healthier and more productive individuals.

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United Family Center envisions a future in which all individuals, regardless of the complexity of their needs, living conditions, social-economic background, are connected to caring peers and have access to appropriate services and supports so they can be healthy, experience positive development, and live and thrive in their homes and communities. We believe it is our mission to leave this world a better place, and that starts in our communities.

EXECUTIVE TEAM.

Humberto Rodriguez

Founder, CEO

Salomon Carrasco

COO

Josie Lopez

FPP Director

Veronica Cisneros

School Based Programs Director

“WHAT SHOULD YOUNG PEOPLE DO WITH THEIR LIVES TODAY? MANY THINGS, OBVIOUSLY. BUT THE MOST DARING THING IS TO CREATE STABLE COMMUNITIES IN WHICH THE TERRIBLE DISEASE OF LONELINESS CAN BE CURED.”

- Kurt Vonnegut
Sarah McCann

SUD Clinical Supervisor

Dana Otis

Mental Health Clinical Supervisor 

Shane Gulley

Lead Field Instructor

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