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    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
    Amachi PittsburghEmpowering young minds to overcome the challenges of parental incarceration and reach their full potential through three core services: 1) one-on-one mentoring for children, 2) family strengthening and reunification support, and 3) youth leadership development and advocacy.AlleghenyAmachi PittsburghAmachi Pittsburgh
    Center for Family Excellence, Inc.For the past thirty years, The Center for Family Excellence has been working to help families survive and thrive amid adversity. Our five primary outreach components: Right Start, Family Reunification, First Steps, Male Coalition and Child CareAlleghenyCenter for Family Excellence, Inc.Center for Family Excellence, Inc.
    Child Abuse Prevention Effort (CAPE) - Workshops for Parents and ProfessionalsCAPE's Workshop presentations are provided to parents, teen parents, professional groups and school age children. This program has expanded to include more than 15 topics addressing a wide range of issues parenting issues such as communication, child development and discipline. An overview of abuse and neglect including warning signs, reporting procedures and legal responsibilities are presented upon request. Specific topics for school age children include bullying, issues related to puberty, protecting personal space and sexual abuse awareness. Most topics can be adapted to meet the needs of specific groups.PhiladelphiaChild Abuse Prevention Effort (CAPE) - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaChild Abuse Prevention Effort (CAPE)
    Council of Spanish Speaking Organizations - Family Foster CareFamily Foster Care is a planned, goal-directed service that provides 24 hour care in an approved foster home. Services include provisions of: - 24 hour care in an approved foster home (with no more than 6 youth including natural children) - Services to birth/legal parents (and other potential permanent care givers) aimed at achieving permanency for children through reunification, adoption or subsidized legal custodianship - Services directed at preparing youth age 14 and older for independent livingPhiladelphiaCouncil of Spanish Speaking Organizations (Concilio) - Philadelphia; FeltonvilleCouncil of Spanish Speaking Organizations
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Dunmore - Family ReunificationFamily Reunification/Family-Based Services is the planned process of reconnecting children in out-of-home foster care with their biological/legal families. The purpose of our Family Reunification/Family-Based Services program is to help young people achieve and maintain, at any given time, their optimal level of reconnection, from full reentry into a family system to other forms of contact which affirm family membership. To help accelerate the reconnection process, frequent case manager contact is arranged and in-home services are provided by a reunification coordinator. Improved family relationships, communication, and family functioning are key elements of Family Reunification/Family-Based Services. Family Reunification/Family-Based Services combines the strengths of Family-Based Services with in-home foster care services. The aim of Family Reunification is the creation of a solid biological/legal family environment, the shortening of a child’s stay in foster care, the facilitation of a stable return home, and a decrease in future foster care placement.LackawannaFamily Care for Children and Youth - DunmoreFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Franklin - Family ReunificationFamily Reunification/Family-Based Services is the planned process of reconnecting children in out-of-home foster care with their biological/legal families. The purpose of our Family Reunification/Family-Based Services program is to help young people achieve and maintain, at any given time, their optimal level of reconnection, from full reentry into a family system to other forms of contact which affirm family membership. To help accelerate the reconnection process, frequent case manager contact is arranged and in-home services are provided by a reunification coordinator. Improved family relationships, communication, and family functioning are key elements of Family Reunification/Family-Based Services. Family Reunification/Family-Based Services combines the strengths of Family-Based Services with in-home foster care services. The aim of Family Reunification is the creation of a solid biological/legal family environment, the shortening of a child’s stay in foster care, the facilitation of a stable return home, and a decrease in future foster care placement.VenangoFamily Care for Children and Youth - FranklinFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Milton - Family ReunificationFamily Reunification/Family-Based Services is the planned process of reconnecting children in out-of-home foster care with their biological/legal families. The purpose of our Family Reunification/Family-Based Services program is to help young people achieve and maintain, at any given time, their optimal level of reconnection, from full reentry into a family system to other forms of contact which affirm family membership. To help accelerate the reconnection process, frequent case manager contact is arranged and in-home services are provided by a reunification coordinator. Improved family relationships, communication, and family functioning are key elements of Family Reunification/Family-Based Services. Family Reunification/Family-Based Services combines the strengths of Family-Based Services with in-home foster care services. The aim of Family Reunification is the creation of a solid biological/legal family environment, the shortening of a child’s stay in foster care, the facilitation of a stable return home, and a decrease in future foster care placement.NorthumberlandFamily Care for Children and Youth - MiltonFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Group Decision Making - Northumberland County Children and Youth ServicesA process where families have the opportunity to develop a plan that will ensure children are cared for and protected from future harm in ways befitting their culture and lifestyle. Extends on-going responsibility for child safety, well-being and permanence to families, communities and natural support systems. Families are directly involved in the planning and protection of their children.NorthumberlandNorthumberland County Children and Youth ServicesNorthumberland County Children and Youth Services
    Family Preservation and Reunification ServicesFamily Preservation is an intensive in-home, 4-6 week intervention designed to support families in crisis, and to make removal of children from their home a last resort. The primary goal is to reduce imminent risk of abuse and neglect and avoid unnecessary placement via limited and measurable goals and objectives. Therapeutic techniques are based on Behavioral-Cognitive Model of IFPS. Practitioners provide assessment, counseling, education, skill building, advocacy, networking, transportation, and concrete services with flex dollars (rent, food, clothing, etc.) Practitioners carry a caseload of 2 families and provide at least 10-15 hours of face-to-face contact with the family per week during the first 4 weeks of service. Family Reunification service is an-in-home, 3-5 month intervention designed to reunify families in which children have been living out of their homes and to stabilize adoptive families at risk of disruption. The primary goal is to reasonably ensure the safety of children within the home of the identified viable resource by reducing or eliminating risks that increase the probability of permanency. Therapeutic techniques are based on Behavioral-Cognitive theory and practice. Program values and characteristics are adapted from the Homebuilder's Model of IFPS. Practitioners provide assessment, counseling, education, skill building, advocacy networking, transportation, and concrete services with flex dollars (rent, food, clothing, etc.). Practitioners carry a caseload of 4-5 families and provide at least 3-5 hours of face-to-face contact with the family per week. DauphinKeystone Children & Family Services - DauphinKeystone Human Services
    Gwen's GirlsOffers a comprehensive continuum of care. Services include Prevention Services, After-School Program, School-Based Services, Summer Program, Volunteer/Mentor Program, Foster Care Program and a Residential Facility for delinquent and dependent girls with a specialty in pregnancy and parenting, Work Force Development and Job Shadowing Program, academic enrichment, health and wellness workshops and psycho-educational groups.AlleghenyGwen's GirlsGwen's Girls
    Intensive ServicesIntensive Services Program: In cooperation with DYFS, provides professional intensive counseling and outreach to families in Mercer County with abused or neglected children who have been placed in state foster homes. The objective is to make permanent placement for the children, either by returning them to rehabilitated, more effective parents, extended family or by their joining an adoptive family.635 S Clinton Ave, Trenton NJ (Intensive Services)Children's Home Society of NJ - Mercer County
    Temporary Infant Foster CareOffers temporary foster care for infants while their parents are receiving counseling. Some children are returned to parents or relatives while others are placed in permanent adoptive families according to the birth parents' wishes.635 S Clinton Ave, Trenton NJ (Temporary Infant Foster Care)Children's Home Society of NJ - Mercer County

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