Life-planning related services including stand-by guardianships, living wills, legal custody, adoptions, neglect cases and child support services are available to all families enrolled in the project.
Provided by University of District of Columbia David A Clark School of Law
Mental health services are provided to FTP clients focusing on life crisis issues, disclosure, grief and bereavement. (Provided by Family Ties)
Case management, counseling and advocacy will be provided to children affected by HIV/AIDS as needed. The services will provided in home, at school or other settings as determined by individual situations. (Provided by Family Ties)
Mental health services and community support services (known as case management in other service systems) as outlined in CC mission and procedures including community support services, family support, psychiatric clinic, psychotherapy, employment, day program, and twenty-four hour on-call and crisis services. Referred clients must qualify and be eligible for CC services under current guidelines.
Services are provided by Community Connections
Enrichment activities, youth leadership programming, HIV/AIDS awareness and education services, prevention and reproductive health services are provided to FTP youth.
Provided by Ophelia Egypt Center Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington
Family case coordination, supportive services and caregiver support groups are provided to all FTP families.
FTP provides HIV/AIDS related training to FTP clients, foster parents, social workers, and the community at large