Family Support empowers families to become self-sufficient, strengthen and promote protective factors of understanding Child and Adolescent Development, creates Social Connections, builds Social-Emotional Competencies, forms Concrete Supports and enhances Resiliency within the family unit to improve overall family functioning.
Pathfinder accepts referrals from the Department of Human Services, Probation Administration, Juvenile Justice clients, and Community Response. Our Family Support services are strength-based interventions designed to assist clients through teaching and coaching new skill acquisition via skill-building, modeling, role-play, and manualized parenting curriculum to improve family functioning. The purpose of Family Support is to assist families, youth, and children with improved coping skills, conflict resolution strategies, money management, improve positive communication skills, connecting to community resources, and build informal and formal supports. The Family Support Worker will create with the family and or youth, an individualized goal setting plan, built on family strengths and intended to improve overall family well-being.
Pathfinder understands that every family is unique with specific family and individual strengths, core values and goals, as well as challenges. Our workers are skilled in delivering structured interventions that support family goals and improve family functioning. Structured interventions are delivered according to the family’s goals, in collaboration with DHHS case managers and probation officers.
HOME OFFICE 751 N. Lincoln Avenue, Fremont NE (O) 402-753-3858