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FCRP creates motion graphics video to describe their program

The Family and Children’s Resource Program (FCRP) at the UNC School of Social Work partners with others to create high-quality, transformational learning experiences that build capacity of individuals, agencies, and communities to achieve safety, permanency, and well-being for children and families.

Recently, they created a video to describe the program. The original artwork for this video was captured as part of a “graphic facilitation” exercise in which FCRP faculty and staff gathered and talked about the history of the organization.

Highlights include:

  • FCRP’s birth in 1992
  • Their commitment to family-centered and evidence-based practice
  • Successful development of North Carolina’s child welfare Learning Management System (LMS)
  • Creation and delivery of numerous classroom and online trainings and webinars
  • Nationally recognized publications such as “Children’s Services Practice Notes” and “Fostering Perspectives”
  • Technical assistance to promote positive, outcome-focused agency culture
  • Fruitful partnerships with professionals and agencies in Romania as well as in North Carolina, Wisconsin, and many other states

The video was produced in-house, with graphic facilitation by Tiffany Price, narration by MSW student Alice Drozdiak, and motion graphics created by Matt Tarpley.

You can connect with the Family and Children’s Resource Program online at:

For more information about FCRP’s products and services, contact training coordinator, Amy Ramirez, at