New Behavioral Network’s Family Intervention Program offers services which may improve the likelihood of children, who have been removed from the home and placed in foster care, being successfully reunited with their birth parents. New Behavioral Network supports the current presumption that favors parents’ rights to raise their children. We know that for children in foster care, reunification with their birth parents is often the primary permanency goal and the most likely reason a child will leave placement. Our program is also focused on assisting caregivers in developing positive parenting techniques.
By participating in program services, caregivers will:
- Gain an understanding of positive parenting practices, which they can then incorporate into their daily routines.
- Address underlying issues preventing them from providing the best possible home environment for their children.
- Increase understanding and accessibility of local community resources.
- Create detailed and working monthly budgets to help them manage a household more effectively.
- Receive professional guidance navigating the various components and processes of the Family Court system (i.e. reunification).
Family Interventionists Provide Assistance With:
- Parenting Education & Strategies
- Supervised Visits
- Employment Resources
- Budgeting & Planning
- Community Resources
- Safe & Affordable Housing
- Life Skills
- Daily Routines & Time Management
- Engage caregivers in evidenced-based parent education (i.e. “Triple P”: Positive Parenting Program).
- Model the skills necessary to raise their children in a nurturing, supportive, engaging, and disciplined environment.
- Assist caregivers with scheduling professional and clinical appointments for themselves and their children.
- Introduce caregivers to relevant community and resources aimed at offering assistance and support for individual needs.
The Program Supervisor oversees the Family Intervention Program in its entirety. The Supervisor also manages the responsibilities of the Case Managers and Family Interventionists.
The Case Manager is responsible for managing the delivery of caregiver services, within their assigned case load, and the supervision of the family interventionists. The Case Manager also provides the Division of Family Services (DFS) with updates and summaries detailing the caregiver’s program participation for Family Court proceedings.
The Family Interventionist provides direct services according to a caregiver’s individualized service plan. The role of the Interventionist is to educate and model appropriate behaviors for the caregiver. The Interventionist also provides testimony on caregiver program participation during Family Court proceedings.
All New Behavioral Network, Inc. employees embody the highest standards and qualifications set forth by the company.
We accept Division of Family Services (DFS) and private referrals.
New Castle County
Fax Referrals: (302) 892-9688
Fax Referrals: (302) 730-0725