Family Advocacy Program

 

FAP provides in-home services to stabilize families in crisis. Counselors and family members work to:

> Reduce out-of-home placements and facilitate out-of-home placement reunification
Increase parent/child communication and coping skills
Decrease truancy rates and acting-out behaviors

Services include:

  • Crisis intervention and management           
  • In-home services                              
  • Role modeling
  • Supportive Counseling                                               
  • Case management                         
  • Parenting skills
  • Bilingual staff
  • Family Support Services
 


 

Supervised Visitations

The Supervised Visitation program promotes the reunification of the family, specifically with biological children who have been placed outside of the home.  Program provides:

> Observation and feedback on family interactions during visitations
> Role modeling to increase the positive interaction between family members, including communication
> Transportation to reconnect children with the non-custodial parent
> Teaching coping skills

Services include:

  • Active listening                                              
  • Bilingual Staff                                   
  • Transportation           
 


 

Family Support Services

FSS is a short-term counseling program. Counselors work with individuals & families setting goals and working together to review and adjust them.  When needed, individuals are referred to other social services or long-term counseling.

Services include:

  • Supportive counseling                                    
  • Information and referral                   
  • Bilingual staff
  • Crisis intervention and management               
  • Education                                        
  • Case planning
  • Advocacy