By the time they reach our family preservation team, parents are in crisis. They may be struggling with addiction, mental illness, employment, or housing problems. They’re at risk of losing their children to foster care – or they have, already.
We want to keep families together whenever possible.
Our first priority is the well-being of children. Our specialists work one-on-one with families to teach the skills they need to keep children safely in their homes. We equip struggling parents to manage setbacks and solve problems. When homes stabilize, children are less likely to repeat their parents’ missteps in adulthood. The cycle is broken.