This program provides wraparound services to families headed
by single head-of-households receiving Temporary Assistance
for Needy Families (TANF) and who are addicted to substances.
The goal is to stabilize family functions sufficiently so
that the addicted parent can enter substance abuse treatment,
with the goal of returning to support their family through
employment. Services include assessment and referrals for
ancillary services, employment training, placement and support,
childcare and parent training, and transportation services.
This program provides a holistic approach to harm reduction and abstinence using the stages of change model. Services and supports are crafted individually, and sobriety is not a criteria for services.