In-Home Family Services

The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program is one of the most effective evidence-based parenting programs in the world, backed up by more than 30 years of ongoing research. Triple P gives parents simple skills and practical strategies to help them confidently manage their children’s behavior, prevent problems from developing and build strong healthy relationships. Triple P focuses on children ages 2-16 and is an in-home service that lasts between 10-14 sessions at approximately 50-90 minutes per session.  It seeks to increase safety, communication, and family functioning while decreasing child behavioral, emotional, and developmental concerns.

Youthnet offers this program in Skagit, Island, Whatcom and Snohomish Counties by DCFS social worker referral only.

The SafeCare Program is an evidenced-based parent training program for parents with children ages birth to 5 that are involved with child protective and child welfare services.  The purpose is to control threats to child safety so children can remain safely in their homes with their caregivers.  SafeCare is delivered in the home and is shown to reduce maltreatment.  It assists families needing help in creating a safe home environment for their young children and for parents wanting to improve structure and routines.  A home visitor works with the family on new parenting skills, child health, home safety, and parent-child interactions.  SafeCare is delivered over a period of about 18-20 weeks and each visit lasts about 60-90 minutes. 

Youthnet offers this program in Skagit, Island, and Snohomish Counties by DCFS social worker referral only. 

Promoting First Relationships (PFR) is an  evidence-based program that provides strategies for parents and other caregivers in meeting the social and emotional needs and development of young children through responsive, nurturing caregiver-child relationships. This 10-14 week in-home service promotes secure and healthy relationships between caregivers and young children. It also guides and supports them in gaining confidence and knowledge, increasing parental sensitivity, and improving child development.  PFR also helps parents in understanding their child's difficult behaviors and looking at the feelings and needs behind them. The program uses a video feedback approach that is grounded in the principles of attachment and reflection, giving positive feedback and insight into real-life situations.

Youthnet offers this program in Skagit, Island, Whatcom and Snohomish Counties by DCFS social worker referral only.

 

 

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