Our Services

Our family and youth support partner services are funded through your local Children's Services Act (CSA) office's Family Assessment and Planning Team (FAPT) or Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) process.

To find your local CSA Coordinator to ask about the FAPT process, follow this link.

Family & Youth
Peer Support

 Parent peer support provided through an evidence-based practice with training & fidelity measures.

 FSPs trained in the High Fidelity Wraparound model, paired with Intensive Care Coordination services.

High Fidelity Wraparound-
Family Support Partners
(HFW-FSP)

 Youth peer support provided through an evidence-based practice with training & fidelity measures.

 YSPs trained in the High Fidelity Wraparound model, paired with Intensive Care Coordination services.

High Fidelity Wraparound-Youth Support Partners (HFW-YSP)

 Parent peer support provided with the principles of HFW as a guide to delivering the service.

 FSPs trained in the High Fidelity Wraparound model, NOT paired with Intensive Care Coordination services.

Family Support Partners
(FSP)

 Youth peer support provided with the principles of HFW as a guide to delivering the service.

 YSPs trained in the High Fidelity Wraparound model, NOT paired with Intensive Care Coordination services.

Youth Support Partners
(YSP)

For Families Not Connected to CSA

For families who are not currently connected to CSA,
direct pay options are available.

These services are available to adult individuals, 18 years & older, to assist with their recovery from mental health and/or substance use challenges. Contact us using the form below for more details.

Young Adult & Adult Peer Support

Peer support provided to adults recovering from mental health and/or substance use challenges.
Ages 18 & older.
 

Provided by a trained Peer Recovery Specialist who is Certified through the Virginia Certification Board.

Certified Peer Recovery Specialist (CPRS)

Peer support provided to adults recovering from mental health and/or substance use challenges.
Ages 18 & older.
 

Provided by a trained Peer Recovery Specialist who is Certified through the Virginia Certification Board & Registered with the Virginia Board of Counseling.

Registered Certified Peer Recovery Specialist
(R-CPRS)

Ready to get started?

Request a Family or Youth Support Partner during your FAPT meeting.

OR

Get in touch using the form below and tell us about your support partner needs.

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How We Work with Individuals, Families or Agencies

  1. Once a referral is received, the assigned support partner will contact the case manager and the family/youth/individual to introduce themselves and explain their role.
     

  2. Through genuine conversation, the support partner will begin establishing a relationship and building a rapport with their assigned family/youth/individual to learn about their culture, strengths and needs. The support partner will then help develop a plan to achieve the goals the family/youth/individual establishes for themselves.
     

  3. Weekly contact will occur through the recipient’s preferred method of communication. In time, we will partner to develop action steps to reach their established vision, and the support partner will operate in a way to best assist them.
     

  4. Ongoing communication will be maintained with the case manager who completed the referral or who is connected to the family/youth/individual (if applicable) to ensure a collaborative effort is made to achieve established goals.

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Consulting &

Training

Want support in developing your program? Want training for your staff or members on how the Family Support Partner model of care works?

Have Peer Support Providers who need training to deliver care?

Contact us using the form below to inquire about our Program Consultation and Training Services.

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