The Family Preservation Center (FPC) opened on the ground floor of MBSCC's landmark Andrew Freedman Home in 1998. This Center provides comprehensive support services to enhance family stability and self-sufficiency through a "one-stop shop" approach. Services are provided through the collaboration of MBSCC and other partnering organizations to include affordable child care, comprehensive case management, basic education and literacy, ESL, immigration services, community organizing, individual and family counseling, community health services, nutrition programs (WIC), in-home visiting services, youth services, pre-natal care and affordable housing for those living with HIV/AIDS. There are several support groups exclusively for Men, Women and Grandparents, all geared at providing the necessary tools and information to help caregivers parent successfully, while supporting one another in the process.
The FPC also houses MBSCC's Job Resource Center which provides employment training and job referrals to community members, as well as aTechnology Center that trains residents in basic computer skills. MBSCC is one of only nine organizations in New York State to receive a commitment of state funding to establish a Family Preservation and Support Center.