Support and Stabilization Services include:
- Intensive in-home services aimed at strengthening family relationships
- Support for parents/caretakers around improving safety
- Reunification support
- Support for youth around improving relationships
- Parent training assistance
- Support around self-advocacy
- Connections and referrals to longterm services or building natural supports
DCF Supervised Family Visitation Services include:
- Child transportation*
- Consistent, timely, monitored family contact
- Visitation in a comfortable, home-like visitation room
- Assistance in transitions towards reunification
Click below for more information about all of our visitation services, including those for non-DCF referrals:
*transportation will not be provided to those referred through non-DCF referral sources
Youth Support Services:
Case workers meet with youth weekly to work on increasing their levels of independence and prepare them for adulthood. Areas of focus include:
- Daily living skills
- Academic performance
- Social skills
- Family relationship-building
- Independent living skills
- Vocational skills
For more information about our Family Support and Stabilization (FSS) program, contact Courtney Gomez at email@example.com or 617.876.4210 x4266.
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