Family Support Services In Home
Providing stability through family therapy services for children & families in the Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice systems with risk factors that may result in a child’s removal from the home. Services are provided in the home, at school, or in a community setting. A referral is required for enrollment.
Family Support Services In Home is a short-term intensive program that provides family and individual therapy, case management support, and crisis management to children and families who are actively involved in and referred by the Child Welfare or Juvenile Justice systems. In Home therapists work in collaboration with families to set goals that will create stability at home and address safety concerns. Therapists meet with the family and child 2-3 times each week in the home, school or a community setting.
A referral is required from the County Child Welfare Department or the Juvenile Justice system. To make a referral, please contact:
Or use the Get In Touch form on this page.
For a Family Support Services in Home brochure, please go here.