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IN HOUSE SERVICES 2018-01-18T16:45:06+00:00

Project Description

WHEN KIDS NEED A SAFE PLACE

Client Support Services: When referred by the Department of Children’s Services or other professional organizations, the House of Hope will provide direct support, food, clothing, hygiene, furniture, appliances, and other household items to families in need. In order to receive direct client services children must be living in the home or parents must be working a permanency plan with the Department of Children’s Services.

Safe Haven: The House of Hope is utilized by law enforcement and Department of Children’s Services as a safe place that is available 24/7 for children whom have been removed from their home. It provides a more comfortable environment with all the anxiety that can be involved with being displaced from a parent or guardian.

Forensic Interviews:  The House of Hope provides a private facility that is available for law enforcement, the Department of Children’s Services and the Upper Cumberland Child Advocacy Center to conduct interviews with children ages 3 to 17.

CPIT: The House of Hope is used as a Facility for the Child Protective Investigative Team. This is a team which is comprised of law enforcement, the Department of Children’s Services, the District Attorney’s Office and other stake holders that meet and discuss cases on a regular basis.

Client Support Services: By referral from the Department of Children’s Services or other organizations & professionals.  Providing direct support, food pantry, clothing closet, toiletry items, furniture, appliances and household items. In order to receive direct client services children must be living in the home or parents must be working a permanency plan with the Department of Children’s Services.

Supervision Center:  Utilized by the Department of Children’s Services as contracted by Health Connect to provide a more child friendly home environment.

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