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Kent County Family and Children's Coordinating Council

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Council is to provide leadership to enhance the well being of children, youth, and families in Kent County so that they may achieve their greatest potential.

About the Council

The Kent County Family & Children's Coordinating Council (KCFCC) was formed by the Kent County Board of Commissioners in 1991 to coordinate and improve services for children, youth, and families in Kent County. The Council is made up of the directors of the County and State departments that provide services to families in Kent County and representatives from education, business, private agencies, private funding organizations, consumers, and advocates. The primary service coordination work of the Council is done through its four committees, which are based on key stages in child development and the recognition that development takes place in the context of a family.

Organizations Formed from KCFCCC:

Council Meetings

First Tuesday* of the following months: January, February, April, June, September, November
12:00pm - 1:30pm
County Administration
300 Monroe Ave NW, Room 311
*subject to change, may vary due to holidays


Executive Committee Meetings

Second Thursday* of each month
12:00pm - 1:30pm
County Administration, 300 Monroe Ave., NW, Room 311
*subject to change, may vary due to holidays


Get Involved

To apply for Board-appointed boards, committees, and commissions, click here.

To find out more about joining a committee, contact us at (616) 632-7566.