Family Solutions
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Experts visit families in their homes to change behaviors and eliminate cycles of harm, allowing families to provide loving and nurturing environments for their children.

Most people think of Presbyterian Children’s Homes and Services as the agency that cares for children whose families can’t care for them anymore. But a huge part of our mission is helping families in crisis stay together. We are leading the way in innovative social services that keep children and their families together. No matter the crises, we help them tap their strengths to conquer their pain.

The families we serve face enormous threats to their unity: the death of a parent, divorce, illness, homelessness, violence and substance use.

We help:

  • Families in need of emotional support
  • Single parents who feel overwhelmed
  • Grandparents raising grandchildren
  • Families struggling with a child's difficult behavior
  • Parents who are at the end of their rope and not sure where to turn

Our masters-level and state-licensed specialists have served more than 10,000 families over the past ten years. Their proven approach, as well as their compassion and patience, has saved many families from breaking apart.

First, specialists make sure the children are safe. Then they help families create goals to work toward and support them when they need it, for as long as they need it.

This may include:

  • Identifying a family’s strengths and areas where they can grow
  • Building up parenting skills
  • Individual and family counseling
  • Working on daily routines and healthy relationships
  • Assisting a family member with temporary out-of-home placement if needed.

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