Home Support Services
A family support coordinator is an in-home therapeutic and family support services for youth living in biological, adoptive or kinship families who require more intensive therapeutic interventions than are available through other outpatient services. Services are focused on the reduction of symptoms and behaviors that interfere with the youth’s ability to function in the family and facilitation of the development of skills needed by the youth and family to prevent or minimize the need for more restrictive levels of care. The provider is available by phone or in-person to assist the youth and family during crises. Family support services include: skill building and integration, crisis response, and may include individual and family therapy.