Our robust and meaningful supports include:
- Master’s level clinicians who address clinical and behavioral issues for students and parents, with student sessions held on site at the after-school program
-Assessment of basic needs and case management services, including connection to local resources for food, clothing, legal services, job search supports, childcare, physical and dental health, etc.
- Connection to and communication with public school staff, including accompanying parents to school meetings
- Clinician facilitated parent workshops that address questions and concerns, while building community
- Weekend family enrichment events which provide exposure to new and educational experiences
- Clinician-facilitated socio-emotional workshops for students, addressing themes of self-awareness, self-management, relationship skills, responsible decision making, etc.
- Case conferences with Family First clinicians and afterschool staff to review and plan for student concerns and issues
For more information on Family First in Education, contact Carolina Ahumada at 203-629-2822.