Family Based Programs for Child Safety & Well-Being
SPIRITT utilizes a short term, comprehensive and family-centered service delivery methodology, rooted in cultural and linguistic competence that directly aligned with the Protective Factors, Shared Core Practice Model, Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening and Support Model, or Healthy Family America National Standards. SPIRITT’s objective is safety and well-being and the increase of families’ protective factors.
SPIRITT’s comprehensive strength-based in-home case management approach include the following components 1) General Counseling; 2) Service Planning, and ongoing assessment of family’s progress toward individualized self-service plan goals; 3) Crisis Intervention; 4) System Navigation/Linkage Services; and 5) Advocacy. Voluntary prevention, early intervention and treatment in-home services are offered to eligible families who met criteria including pregnant women; families with children 5 and younger; and stressed families with minor children/youth (under the age of 18).
In-Home visitations program and activities are funded by Los Angeles County Department of Children and Family Services and the Department of Public Health, Division of Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health Programs include:
- Partnerships for Families
- Healthy Families America
- Family Preservation
To learn more about Strengthening Family and the Protective Factors Framework, click here.
To learn more about Standards of Quality for Family Strengthening & Support, click here.