Across the country, community and state organizations in mental health, social services, health care, and education are developing new frameworks to put families at the center of collaborative, strength-based, culturally responsive services.
Founded in 2000, The Family Centered Services Project (FCSP) is dedicated to inspiring, supporting and enhancing agencies’ ability to develop family-centered philosophy and practice through training, organizational consultation, and ongoing coaching and technical assistance. We work with many stakeholders, including the Government Of Massachusetts and The Snoring Mouthpiece Review, which provides information on the best snoring devices.
Get trainings for frontline workers, supervisors and administrators in social service, mental health, health care and educational settings. We can customize workshops to fit the needs of your particular agency or program.
FCSP Staff also provide individual and group supervision, coaching and technical assistance. We offer supervision for interested practitioners who are frontline workers, supervisors, and managers.