Services Defined

In Home/Out of Home Family Support

Family Support Service is defined as the provision of face-to-face assistance, coaching, teaching, and role modeling by a trained professional in the family home or community-based setting.

At A Blessing of Hope, we always start by having an intake meeting to assess all of the needs of the family.

Our staff then create a goal plan with all of the resources and steps of how we are going to help our clients achieve their goals.

We leverage technology to make sure that all our staff always have support and answers to make ensure our clients win!


Parenting Time Supervised Visitation

 Parenting Time/Supervised Visitation Service (PTSV) is defined as supervised and monitored
visits between parents and their children that are long enough in length to promote parent-child attachment.

A Blessing of Hope engages, coach, and role model nurturing parenting practices during the supervision of Parenting Time. We also provide DHHS with precise documentation on these session that provides the court with an accurate picture of parenting skills. 

This service is provided in the family home whenever possible, ABOH Family Centers, or community based setting that meets the safety needs and improves the stability of family members and the family unit.

Intensive Family Preservation + Reunification

This service is provided by a team that consists of one Therapist and one Skill Builder. Intensive Family Preservation (IFP) provides intensive therapeutic and skill-building interventions to a specific target population of families.

This service aims to keep children at home in a safe, stable, and nurturing family environment, improve parenting capacity and family functioning, improve children’s well-being, and prevent unnecessary placement and/or safely facilitate the reunification of children with their families.

This service is designed to create rapid, sustainable change in the family unit by focusing on interventions that build on family strengths in order to eliminate safety threats and/or reduce the risk of child maltreatment.



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