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Intensive In-home Services Program

Wright, Douglas, Ozark,

Christian, Taney,

Lawrence, Barry, and Stone Counties

(CD Site 738)

 

Intensive In-home Services (IIS) and Intensive Family Reunification Services (IFRS)

Family Facets provides intensive in-home services (IIS), including intensive, short-term, home-based, crisis intervention services that offer families in crisis the alternative to remain safely together, averting the out-of-home placement of children. Family Facets IIS is based upon the belief that families can, through intervention, learn to nurture their children, improve their functioning, and gain support within their community to enable families to remain safely together.

 

Family Facets also provides intensive family reunification services (IFRS), including intensive, longer-term, home-based, intervention services that offer families with a chld in out-of-home placement the opportunity to resolve the circumstances which lead to the child living outside the family home, working toward the goal of returning the child to the family home.  Family Facets IIS is based upon the belief that families can, through intervention, learn to nurture their children, improve their functioning, and gain support within their community to enable families to remain safely together.

 

Intensive In-home Services (IIS) and Intensive Family Reunification Services (IFRS) Program

Basic Services

Family Facets provides IIS and IFRS services to Site 738 with the capacity to serve up to 48 simultaneous families (depending on the assessed Level Of Risk) for periods of up to 6 weeks for IIS interventions, or up to 12 weeks for IFRS interventions, on a 24 hour per day, 7 day per week crisis basis.  IIS and IFRS services follow the Missouri Standards of Practice For IIS and IFRS.  IIS and IFRS services are based on a psycho-educational crisis intervention model and emphasize teaching skill building during periods when the family is in crisis and most amenable to change.

In-home Services Over-Site Supervisor

Judi Lutz, Over-Site Supervisor

Staff

Cori Stewart, Supervisor

Casey Thatcher, Specialist

Mendie Moore, Specialist

Callie Eubanks, Specialist

Justin Dreyer, Specialist

Bailey Sisco, Specialist

Tina George, Specialist

 

Jane Kranichfield, Supervisor

Anthony Taylor, Specialist

Kenneth Pesek Specialist

Chad Duncan, Specialist

Brandy Hall, Specialist

Hannah F Witcher, Specialist

Lynette Viana, Specialist

 

Referrals

Children's Division staff must enter referral information in FACES, the Children's Division client application, in order to make Intensive In-home Services referrals of families with children at risk of removal  or Intensive Family Reunification Services referrals to reunite children with their family in the family home.

Private vendors, and outside sources may request Intensive In-home Services for families with children at risk of removal, or Intensive Family Reunification Services seeking to reunite children with their family in the family home, by contacting their local Children's Office.

Children's Division Site Coordinator

Mari Alice Rosenberger, Children's Division, Christian, Taney, Lawrence, Bary, Stone, Wright, Douglas, and Ozark Counties.

 

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