Family Maintenance/Reunification

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-6500.1500-200

    Programs that work with families who have an open child abuse case following emergency response or with families who have been identified as being at risk for child abuse or neglect with the objective of establishing a case plan for ongoing services which will allow the child to remain in the home or return to the home if previously removed. Services provided or coordinated for the family may include individual, group, family or conjoint counseling for the abusing and nonabusing parent(s), siblings, and/or the abused child; home management training; parenting skills training; shelter care; and/or respite care.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Child Protective Services - Elbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides services to ensure the safety and well-being of children, including assessment, protection, ongoing support and reunification services. Elbert CountyElbert County Department of Health and Human ServicesElbert County Department of Health and Human Services
    Child Welfare (Peak One Drive) - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesProvides services intended to strengthen the ability of a family to protect and care for their own children, minimize harm to children and youth, and ensure timely permanency planning. Services are aimed at stabilizing the family situation and strengthening the family’s capacity to care for their children. When safety is not possible within the family, services are focused on the child’s need for a stable, permanent home as quickly as possible.Summit CountyPeak One Drive - Summit County Department of Health and Human ServicesSummit County Department of Health and Human Services
    Family Support Services for at Risk Children - Phillips County Department of Human ServicesProvides treatment services for families who have one or more children who is at risk for out-of-home placement or reduce the time in placement for those children already out of the home. Services may include: - Interactive parenting - Parenting skills - Family and group therapy - Support groups - Educational groups - Problem solving methods - Communication skills development - Family conflict management - Family, authority and peer conflict management - Stress reduction development - Budget and household management - Recreational activities Phillips CountyPhillips County Department of Human ServicesPhillips County Department of Human Services
    Reunification, Parenting Classes, Information and Referral - Denver Indian Family Resource CenterProvides a range of services, including: - Reunification support for families involved in the child welfare system - Resource and referral (e.g., utility assistance, baby items, clothing, housing and legal referrals) - Parenting classes - Advocates for the Indian Child Welfare ActDenver CountyDenver Indian Family Resource CenterDenver Indian Family Resource Center

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