Please also visit our Parenting Education, and Children’s Education pages for information about our class programming. You may also contact our Program Coordinator, Jennifer Bair, at (435)752-8880 (

Upcoming classes include (all classes are offered at our Logan facility unless otherwise noted):

Ages 0 – 4 “Play Group!”
Fridays starting April 3 | 10:30-11:30am
$1 a week | $3 for a 5 week punch pass
Enhance development through play, learn social skills and problem solving, make friends!
Ages 5 – 6 “I am Awesome!”
June 10-July 15 (Wednesdays) | Noon-1:00 pm
Allow your child to shine as they learn empathy, identifying feelings, problem solving, similarities and differences, and impulse control.
Ages 7 – 9 “Angry (and other emotion) Birds Class”
June 10-July 15 (Wednesdays) | 10:00-11:00am
Through this class, help your 7-9 year old learn empathy, how to identify feelings, impulse control, anger management, problem solving, active listening, how to show concern, how to deal with conflicting feelings, accepting differences, and more!
Ages 10 – 12 “Tweens Naturally Terrific”
June 11-July 16 (Thursdays) | 10:00-11:00am
Through this class, help your 10-12 year old learn empathy, how to identify feelings, impulse control, anger management, problem solving, active listening, how to show concern, how to deal with conflicting feelings, accepting differences, and more!
Ages 13-18 “Why Try?”
Dates to be determined, Call for more information
An accredited program using the Why Try? Curriculum to help teens overcome life’s daily pressures and challenges. Topics include: believing in oneself to overcome personal obstacles and achieve great potential, tearing off hurtful labels, making good decisions, overcoming hurdles, self-discipline, creating a support system and seeing a positive future.
Fun in the Sun
June 9-30 (Tuesdays) | 10:00-Noon
$3 a class | $10 all 4 classes
At our Hyrum location
Parenting Class
June 10-July 29 (Wednesdays) | 6:30-8:00 pm
Nursery Available for children 11 and under | $25 for individual $30 for couple
For parents, Stepparents, Daycare Providers, etc. Topics include: discipline, choices and consequences, stress and anger management, self-esteem, communication, sexuality, sibling rivalry, child development.
Step-family Education Classes
March 10-April 14 (Tuesdays) | 5:45 – 8 pm
Bring the whole family and join us for a FREE educational program focusing on issues unique to step-family relationships. Dinner provided, nursery for children under 5, concurrent classes for children 5-17. Topics include communication, conflict management, ex-spouses, financial issues, parenting non-biological children, and much more.
Power of Play
June 18 | 6:00-7:00 pm
Nursery Available for children 11 and under
Recognizing Online Offenders
May 27 | 6:00-7:00pm
Presented by Sargent Dickey
Call now to register! | (435) 752-8880

Community Partners


Partnering Agencies:

Supportive Businesses:

Wish List


As the song from Pinocchio says, “When you wish upon a star…dreams come true!” As we work toward fulfilling our mission of Strengthening Families and Protecting Children, thank you for supporting our efforts with a donation of any of the following items and granting our wishes:

2014 Wish List

Toys/Arts and Crafts

Toys are used in our nursery and with our play therapy to help children recover from abuse

Shaving Cream
Corn Starch
Popsicle sticks
Yarn Loom
Glitter Glue
White Glue
Plastic King’s Crown
Melissa & Doug Easel Paper Rolls
Apron or Smock for painting
Plush King’s Hat/Crown
King’s Scepter
Nail Polish
Board Games
Princess Toys, Games, Accessories
Superhero Toys, Games, Accessories
Basketballs, footballs, soccer balls, etc.
Barbie Dolls
Polly Pockets
Potato Heads
Baby Dolls
Dress-Up Clothing
Trains and Track
Paint & Finger paints
Child broom & dustpan
Dart Guns
Police and Fireman action figures

Gluten Free Snacks
Dairy Free Snacks
Princess Fruit Snacks
Superhero Fruit Snacks
Crackers, Cookies, Goldfish, etc.
Sprite 2-Liter Bottles
Individual wrapped candy bars
Mandarin Oranges
Pineapple Canned (Tidbits or Chunks)
Bottled Water
Grocery Store Gift Cards

I love You the Purplest by Barbara M Joosse
Little Cloud by Eric Carle
It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw
Office Supplies

Folders with brads (various colors)
Copy Paper
Colored Copy Paper
Poster Paper
Tape Dispensers
Three Hole Punch
Folders (pockets, manila, etc)
Thumb Drives
Office Chair Mats
High Quality Shredder

Fuzzy Socks
Tulle & Ribbon
Cellophane Wrapping Paper
C Batteries
Christmas Wrapping Paper
Snow Shovel
Bath Towels
Bedding (Twin Size)
Push Broom
Vacuum Cleaner
Building Supplies

White Switch Plate Covers
White Outlet Covers
Painter’s Tape
Drop Cloths
Coordinating a supply drive is a great way to support the CFSC’s mission of Strengthening Families and Protecting Children. We welcome your cash and in-kind donations. Please call (435) 752-8880 for more ways to make a difference!

Donor Spotlight

The Child & Family Support Center could not continue to serve our community without the ongoing support of our generous donors. We are honored that so many wonderful individuals and organizations have chosen to serve us so selflessly. It is our privilege to spotlight the following “Starfish Throwers” for their amazing contributions to the CFSC:


Alpine Cleaning

Sam’s Club

Schreiber Foods

The Cache Valley Radio Group

2012 Donors

We would like to thank Stretch and Staple for their donation.

We would like to send an enormous THANK YOU to our MAN V. MUD & KIDS V. MUD partners:

Man V. Mud

American West Heritage Center

We would also like to thank the many sponsors involved.

Kids vs Mud Course Sponsor:

Schrieber Foods

Runner’s Finish Corral

Sam’s Club

Obstacle Sponsors

Logan Regional Orthopedics and Sports Medicine

Les Schwab

Fox’s Pizza Den


Firehouse Pizzeria

Lions Clubs International

Summit Group Financial, Inc.

Treehouse Pediatrics

All About Kids

Event Sponsors:

Wilson Motor Company

Youngblood Real Estate

Broadbent Financial

In-Kind Sponsors


Great Harvest Bread Company

Arctic Circle




Trinity Services Group