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Tomorrows
Start with Us.

Serving
Children,
Families, Teens
and Adults

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Nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation for Children and Family Services.

Services & Programs

Alcohol & Drug Treatment

-Community Support Program (CSP)
-Drug Court
-Hiawatha Hall
-Intensive Tracking Program
-Outpatient Counseling
-Strive Comprehensive Community Services
-The Other Door



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Domestic & Child Abuse Services

-Domestic Abuse Project
-Matty’s Place
-Outpatient Counseling
-Safe Visitation
-Stepping Stones


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Family Support Services

-Community Respite
-Family 2.0
-Healthy Families Home Visiting
-Host Homes Program / Homeless Youth
-HUB
-Independent Living Services
-Outpatient Counseling
-Safe Visitation
-Treatment Foster Care


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Foster
Care

-Independent Living Services
-Treatment Foster Care
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Housing / ­Residential Programs

-Hiawatha Hall
-Host Homes Program / Homeless Youth
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Juvenile Services

-Day Treatment / Alternative Education
-Integrated Solutions - Skills Based Training
-Intensive Tracking Program

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Mental
Health

-Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services
-Community Support Program
-Day Treatment
-Integrated Solutions-Skills Based Training
-IPS (Individual Placement Services)
-Outpatient Counseling
-Strive Comprehensive Community Services
-The Other Door
-Youth Assessments

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Respite Services

-Community Respite
-Drop in Respite Center
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Our Impact

Family & Children’s Center is a 501(c)3 agency serving thousands of individuals and families every year, helping them enjoy happier, healthier relationships. We have over 150 highly qualified, compassionate staff including teachers, child psychiatrists, the region’s leading psychologist, highly sought-after therapists and registered nurses.

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“Family & Children’s Center was there at a time when there wasn’t anyone else left. They gave us hope that we could get through it.”

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The FCC Blog

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic Violence Awareness Month is a time for all of us to speak up about domestic violence, raise awareness, and support survivors of this devastating but

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September is Suicide Prevention Month

In recognition of Suicide Prevention Month, Family & Children’s Center is providing free Question, Persuade, Refer, and Mental Health First Aid training to the community. QPR is designed and developed to raise awareness and dispel myths and misconceptions about suicide and teach three skills (Question, Persuade and Refer) that can help save a life.

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Thank You For Attending An Evening in Monte Carlo!

THANK YOU to all of the sponsors, volunteers, and attendees who made our 2021 Monte Carlo Event a success!

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