How Family Support Partners Can Help You
Family Support Partners (FSP's) deliver peer to peer support to families caring for children, youth and young adults (up to age 26) with identified or suspected social, emotional, behavioral or mental health challenges (including learning and attention issues and substance use disorders). FSP's are parents who have raised or are raising a child with challenges similar to the ones your family may be dealing with. Family Support Partners walk with you on your journey until you are ready to walk on your own.
Our services are free and confidential.
We can support your family in a variety of ways including some of those listed below.
You're not alone. We can help you connect with other families in your area or across the state.
Our Family Support Partners (FSP's) follow your lead and support you with challenges you want to address. You're in charge.
We can provide guidance to help you find the services in your area that your child/family needs.
We're here to help you problem solve and build skills to manage the systems that your child interacts with.
We provide training for families, providers and communities from a family point of view utilizing trainers with experience and an understanding of the challenges families face.
When you're ready we're here to help you build or enhance your advocacy skills to help your child and others like them in your community and across the state.