FAMILY CENTERS

Description

The Family Center's programs include:

      The Den For Grieving Kids serves as a Bereavement Resource Center for children and their families, communities and professionals. The Den consults to local businesses, schools, civic groups and religious organizations on bereavement and trauma response issues. Peer support groups for children ages three through eighteen, young adults and parents/caregivers, as well as bereavement support groups at area schools, are offered for individuals who have experienced the death of a family member or friend.

     The Center for HOPE provides comprehensive services for adults and children living with an illness, grieving a loss or coping with a trauma. All counseling, support and education services are facilitated by specially-trained professionals in an atmosphere of hope and renewal.

     Counseling & Mental Health Services help individuals, groups, couples and families resolve a wide range of personal and relationship issues. Alcohol and substance abuse services are also offered. All services are facilitated by trained mental health professionals and provided in our licensed and accredited centers located in Greenwich, Stamford and Darien.

     The Family Strengthening Program provides counseling, case management and support services to low-income families to assist them achieve self sufficiency. The Family Strengthening Program is a referral-based initiative. To qualify, families must be currently enrolled in a Department of Social Services support program.

   

Focus on K.I.D.S. provides time-limited counseling for high-conflict divorcing parents to teach effective communication and co-parenting skills.

      Reaching Independence Through Employment (RITE): RITE helps low-income individuals and families attain a greater sense of self-sufficiency through counseling, goal planning, job-skills training, life skills and family support. Services are offered in Stamford and Greenwich.

     The Housing Resource Program locates safe and affordable housing throughout Fairfield County for clients living with long-term mental illness. Counseling and support services are also offered.

     Friendly Conections offers adults 50+ an array of telephone education and socialization services, including teleconference courses and support groups. Trained volunteers also place companionship telephone calls and visit with the more frail and homebound older adults as part of the Friendly Caller and Friendly Visitor components. These services promote social connection, independent living and enrichment for aging adults.

Days Offered:

MONDAY - FRIDAY

9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

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FAMILY CENTERS
40 ARCH STREET
GREENWICH ,   CT   06830
FAMILY CENTERS
T: 203-869-4848  F: 203-869-7764

Keywords:

BEREAVEMENT/GRIEF, CHILDREN, COMMUNITY PROGRAMS, CONSULTING, FAMILIES