The Hotline was staffed by an all-volunteer group and was open from 5 to 11 pm each day.
The name of the organization was changed to Alternative Human Services (AHS) with its first paid Executive Director, Roy W. Miller.
First Teen Shelter, Runaway/Youth Crisis Center (St. Petersburg) opened (originally built in 1951 as a single family dwelling, it was rebuilt in 2002).
Opened our first family counseling office in Clearwater, FL.
Volunteer Action Center became a program of Family Resources.
Second Teen Shelter, Runaway/Youth Crisis Center (Turner Street in Clearwater) opened (built in 1954, rebuilt in 2007 as a foster care group home).
After much research and several community surveys, a new name was chosen for the agency, Family Resources, Incorporated.
Safe Place Program implemented in Pinellas County.
Manatee County Family Counseling office opened in Bradenton.
Family Resources reorganized to become the umbrellas corporation for three distinct agencies: Helpline, Volunteer Action Center and Youth & Family Connection.
Manatee Safe Place program was implemented.
Family Resources was awarded accreditation by the Council on Accreditation (COA) of Services for Families & Children (re-accredited continuously since then).
HHS funded Street Outreach to assist homeless youth in St. Petersburg.
Family Resources’ Board of Directors decides to become a “Family Focused” agency and spins off Helpline and Volunteer Action Center which become programs of 211 Tampa Bay Cares.
Federal grant for Street Outreach is awarded for StreetSAFE.
Held the first Great Chefs of Tampa Bay fundraiser.
Manatee Youth Shelter opens.
Maternal Group Home for pregnant & parenting teens grant awarded by HHS and a partnership with Alpha House of Pinellas was formed to provide this service.
Purchased Pinellas Park property to build training, program and administrative facility.
After completing focus groups with teen residents, changed the name Runaway/Youth Crisis Center to SafePlace2B.
The agency moved its administrative offices to its new building in Pinellas Park.
The new SafePlace2B and Family Counseling office in Clearwater was opened on Union Street.
Youth Arts Corps expanded its programs to the City of Pinellas Park.
Completed merger and staff integration between Family Resources and Marriage & Family Center.
Agency became provider of Child Care Food Program serving Pinellas and Hillsborough Counties.
Teen Outreach Program (TOP®) was implemented in Pinellas and Manatee Counties.
Agency opened a Transitional Living Program for LGBT youth through a U.S Health & Human Services grant.
Child Care Food Program expanded to Pasco County.
Maternal Transitional Living Program is opened in Clearwater with services provided exclusively by Family Resources.
Youth Arts Corps is renamed to Youth Enrichment Program.
The Safe2B-You&Me Program began providing healthy relationship education for teens in Pinellas and Manatee County.
Safe Connections Resource Center opened in St. Petersburg as a safe, welcoming space for homeless youth to access services.