We are proud to share that our Connecting Family Paths team (Prevention and Diversion services) is Safe Care accredited!
What exactly does it mean to be Safe Care accredited. In short, it means our Safe Care certified case managers can provide extra support to families in need. This evidence-based program ensures case managers have the tools and knowledge to help educate parents in four key areas – parent/child interaction, parent/toddler interaction, health and safety. By having this additional level of training, our case managers can work on parenting with families involved in the child welfare system. Ultimately, this leads to better outcomes.
At LSF, our goal is to ensure children stay with their parents, while doing so in the healthiest, safest way possible. Knowing that parents have been given the tools and resources to better understand parenting and childcare helps us know we are offering our families as much assistance as possible.
LSF’s Connecting Family Paths became Safe Care accredited in 2022 and have maintained this accreditation since. Four of our case managers are currently certified. These team members have undergone a rigorous training curriculum that ensures they are able to teach the skills effectively.
To learn more about Safe Care accreditation and read statistics about the difference Safe Care curriculum makes for families, visit https://bit.ly/44XV3fq