Family Centers hosted the inaugural Road to HOPE 5K race on Sunday morning in New Canaan.
The race benefitted the Center for HOPE, a Family Centers program that offers counseling and support to Fairfield country residents.
Bob Arnold, President and CEO of Family Centers said "Services to help families who are facing critical issues in their life. Whether it is illness, loss or some other complicated situation."
Amanda Romaniello, Manager of Clinical Services for Darien and New Canaan said "We provide therapy services, group services and so we just want people to know that we are out there."
Organizers say it is important for residents to know that Family Centers has a variety of programs available to them in their time of need.
Lauren Tierney, a Family Centers employee with the Stamford Cares program said "We serve anyone with any issue so if anyone has a problem [Family Centers] is a great resource for whatever isse you may have. We also work with other programs so if we can't help you, we work with someone who does."
Romaniello added "We have services that cover we say from birth to death. There is usually something that we can do to help a family."
For more information about the Center for HOPE, visit centerforhope.org