Family resources are the diverse array of assets, support systems, and capabilities that families possess to meet their needs and enhance their well-being. These resources encompass both tangible and intangible aspects of family life. Tangible resources include financial assets like income, savings, and access to essential services such as healthcare and education. It also includes physical assets like housing, transportation, and possessions. Intangible resources encompass social support networks, including relationships within the family and the broader community, which provide emotional support, information, and practical assistance. Additionally, human capital in the form of knowledge, skills, and education equips family members to participate in the workforce and pursue personal and professional growth. Cultural and community resources, such as traditions, values, and local organizations, contribute to a sense of identity, belonging, and social connection. Collectively, these resources form the foundation for families to navigate challenges, foster resilience, and create opportunities for a fulfilling and successful life.