Strengthening children, youth, and families.
Collaborative Practice provides intensive in-home based, planned interventions and services aimed at strengthening resilience in children, youth, and their families. The program strives to promote the protection and well-being of children in their homes while improving family functioning, connecting participants to community resources, and enhancing family support networks.
An Accessible, Community-Based Program
Ages 0 to 17
The program is offered to children up to 17 years old and their families.
The program is funded by the Ministry of Children's Services. There are no costs for participants.
We aim to improve family functioning for long-term safety and well-being.
Referrals are accepted from the Ministry of Children’s Services.
What to Expect
The primary goal of Collaborative Practice is to bring children back to their families through education, support, advocacy, skill building, behaviour modeling, and community collaboration.
Family Coaches help families develop individual, impactful, and realistic goals and then help them achieve each one.
How to Access the Program
Collaborative Practice is a closed-referral program. The program is accessed through Children’s Services.
Exit from the program occurs when the family’s agreement with Children’s Services has expired or when their goals have been successfully achieved.
McMan's core values of commitment, trust, respect, empathy, and genuineness are ingrained in each portion of service delivery.
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