We believe that, with the proper resources, families can be empowered to resolve their own conflicts and develop more positive relationships. With hands-on skills training, we strive to establish a supportive environment that leaves families with the tools to succeed.
The primary goal of Comprehensive Family Support Services is to keep families together. We offer long term assistance and develop a plan of care for each family based on its particular needs. Our qualified staff teaches behavior management skills, anger control, self-esteem, positive communication, effective discipline strategies and independent living skills. We also meet basic survival needs of safety, security and shelter.
Typically, clients are families who have a pattern of chronic insufficiency. Each caseworker has charge of from one to three of these families, helping them to set goals and reviewing and revising services weekly. We are able to manage an extremely effective program with a policy of unlimited enrollment and universal acceptance of families within the service area.
Each family is unique; therefore, our services are individualized. Our qualified team prepares and implements services, using behavioral aides and our licensed counseling staff when appropriate. These caregivers provide services that engage the family and that develop satisfying family bonds. Working a flexible schedule to accommodate families' needs, each worker spends at least 30 hours per week providing direct intervention. A family's enrollment in the program usually lasts one to two years.
The program's great flexibility allows us to do what is necessary to eliminate a family's dependence upon the welfare system and to bring it into self-sufficiency. We do this by helping families set their own short-term and long-term goals. This treatment planning includes education, assisting families with coping skills and helping members function more effectively within the family system.
We offer this program in the following locations: – less–ZoomInfo