Home-Based Services

Family-centered casework and therapy

Our Home-Based Services program offers a variety of solutions to meet the unique needs of each family who is placed in our care from the legal system.

Each family in our program will be matched with one of our “Family Consultants” who will come to the client’s homes to determine their unique needs. The family Consultant will then work weekly with the clients to address these needs.

Family Preservation Services

As an approved provider of Indiana’s Family Preservation Services Program, we are uniquely qualified to serve families, focusing on evidence-based practices to keep them in the home together.

Family centered treatment

Treatment aimed at addressing the needs of the whole family, recognizing that what affects one member affects the entire family.

Home and community-based program, providing a more intensive and collaborative approach.

home-based family centered casework

Designed to preserve the family unit through the following services:

  • Conflict resolution
  • Problem solving
  • Age-appropriate discipline
  • Domestic violence awareness
  • Setting boundaries
  • Communication
  • Linking to community services and more

home-based family centered therapy

Provides additional support for families with greater therapeutic needs such as:

  • Anger management
  • Coping Skills
  • Identifying substance abuse
  • Connecting with mental health resources
  • Providing trauma-informed care
  • Understanding family dynamics

trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy

Effective for treating children who are experiencing behavioral and/or emotional issues from a traumatic event.

Especially needed given the number of DCS cases involving childhood trauma (sexual abuse, witnessing a violent act, sudden loss of a parent, etc.).

Focused on addressing the after-effects of a child’s trauma, this model also involves a combined therapeutic approach for both children and parents.

homemaker/parent aid services

We offer in-home support for homemakers/parents to build the skills they need to adequately fulfill their parental responsibilities, including:

  • Budgeting
  • Childcare
  • House cleaning
  • Cooking
  • Time management
  • Social Skills
  • Hygiene
  • Problem Solving

visitation facilitation

Supervision, teaching, guidance, and role-modeling provided by a professional staff to ensure safe visits.

Visits can occur in the home or a mutually-agreed upon environment.

parent education

Education provided in a group setting, focused on responsible thinking skills for parents.

Specialized instruction catered to each parent’s situation.

Opportunity to learn from other’s experience and progress.

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