We use our experience and training to help families with children who have behavioral and/or mental health challenges. Our specialized experience allows us to advocate on behalf of these families with children who have mental or behavioral health challenges. Our …Read More
I am very appreciative of the FSPs! If it wasn’t
for the FSP being there to support the mother
and work alongside me to find the best route for
the family, the day would have been twice as
frustrating and even more exhausting
(emotionally and physically). I feel that the
mother wouldn’t have been able to get through
this ordeal without the FSP.
I love the idea of having someone that can
partner with the parent and support them in a
variety of ways. Whether it is helping them build
their support network, attending meetings, helping
them navigate the “system,” helping them
advocate for their children and family or identify
resources and natural supports, etc.
A Family Support Provider greatly increases a
family’s chances for success. While they are
first and foremost a support to the parent, they are
also by extension a support to us. As coordinators,
we wear many hats and fulfill many different roles.
As a result, unfortunately the family may not
receive the amount of support from us individually
as we wish we could provide.
—Care Coordinator, Dover
I LOVE working with the Family Support
Providers. They are an amazing support to our
families and an awesome resource to us. It’s been
helpful to keep the lines of communication open
with the FSPs and include them in team meetings.
Their contribution and input has been so helpful in
developing good plans for the families
and partnering with the parent.
—Family Therapist, Newark