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 Family Maintenance

Family Maintenance is a program that serves "at risk" families in their own homes. The goal is to work alongside the family in identification of risk factors and development of a family/community plan to ensure child safety.

A range of service-funded activities include; case management, counseling, respite care, teaching and demonstrating homemakers, parenting training, and transportation.

Outside referrals for services include: adult education, behavioral health services, domestic violence, drug treatment, employment training, individual and/or group therapy, housing services, and mental and medical services.

Family Maintenance can be provided through a voluntary agreement between the parents and CWS or under order by the Juvenile Court.

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