The purpose of Family Support Services is to increase and strengthen parenting skills, improve family functioning and increase positive parent/child interactions with a focus on securing and utilizing informal support systems.
This program also provides Parenting Skills and Visitation Supervision to ensure the safety of children, youth and families when needed. Our staff not only provide the necessary supervision to ensure that all interactions between parent and child are safe, but they also provide in the moment teaching interactions to help strengthen parenting and coping skills to encourage lifelong positive change.
Find helpful information in our Parenting Skills Article Series.
Family Support services can also be made available to youth. These supports can focus on strengthening and improving behavioral and emotional regulation and skill acquisition related to social, relationship and independent living skills.
Refer a family to our Family Support services or Parenting Skills and Supervised Visitation by contacting our Intensive In-Home Services Clinical Supervisor, Lucy Ajuoga, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-578-5086.