SERVICES

The before-mentioned services will allow child (ren) to stay in or reunify in their home(s) (or foster home); prevent child (ren) initial placement or reentry into foster care; preserve, support, and stabilize families; and promote the well-being of children, youth, and families.

 

In-home or in-community services will provide any combination of the following kinds of services to the families as approved by DCS or another referral source: 

  • Home visits 

  • Parenting education/training

  • Participation in DCS Case planning

  • Facilitate Transportation*

  • Family Communication

  • Participate in Child and Family Team Meetings

  • Supervised visitation **

  • Emergency/crisis services

  • Coordination of services

  • Domestic violence education

  • Conflict management

  • Family assessment

  • Family Reunification/Preservation

  • Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD) support

  • Child development education

  • Foster Family Support

  • Develop long and short term

  • Advocacy

  • Community Services information

  • Parent Training with children present

  • Community referrals and follow-up 

  • Behavior modification

  • Budgeting/money management

  • Meal Planning Preparation

  • Develop structure/time management 

  • Skills Development

  • Basic Needs

  • Monitor Progress of Parenting Skills

  • Critical Thinking

  • Self-sufficiency skills/resiliency skills