Advocacy: informing and assisting you in advocating for yourself or speaking on your behalf. Providing support and assistance in manuevering through the various systems you may be involved with.
Mentoring: assisting with development of short and long term goals.
Mediation: to intervene as a neutral party on your behalf to work through conflict that arise with service providers.
Counseling: Individual and family counseling
Workshops: to host, sponsor, or co-sponsor workshops and groups that address parenting skills, life skills, working with child welfare and social service agencies in the community, and domestic violence.
Outreach: to provide services to families from the community and provide assistance in collaboration with other service providers.
3rd Party/Supervised Visits: coordinate and supervise visits with clients whose children are in placement and/or involved in a custody battle.
The Family Table Group sessions: group sessions address parenting skills, domestic violence, relationships, life skills, budgeting, short & long term goals.
Anger Management Group: group for teens and adults to help them deal with anger issues and the consequences and how to channel their anger into a positive outcome.
Financial Literacy Training for youth who are aging out of the child welfare system.
Couples Counseling: focuses on healthy relationships, communication, and the importance of trust and honesty in a marriage or partnership.
Life Skills Training for Adults and Teens: focuses on helping participants establish the necessary skills needed to become self-sufficient. This includes the ability to find the necessary resources in the community to sustain themselves and their families.
Parenting: focuses on child development, developmental stages of children, discipline, parenting pre-adolescents and adolescents, and the importance of providing a safe and loving environment for their children.
Utilization of FACC facility when available for community meetings and workshops.