Keeping Kids at Home Program – Early Intervention Family Preservation
The In-home Intensive Support service is committed to delivering targeted services and provide a tailored approach to family service delivery within a Trauma Informed Framework.
All services provided are delivered from a child developmental theory and a neuropsychological approach to ensure children feel supported and protected.
Clinical and non-clinical staff are matched to the needs of the young person and family.
High-level priority support for the young person and family through our parenting coaching process, development of new skills and empowerment to evoke behaviour change and positive outcomes
Families connected to the KKAT program are provided with a range of therapeutic tools to support and validate their progress, to ensure that risk is addressed, manged or minimised. Relationships are built, and nurtured and healthy family practice is sustainable after KKAT exit. Connections to other support services and community networks provides opportunity for a supported exit or signposting services.
Please note this is not an emergency support program, consideration and matching of professionals can take up to 5 working days and an agreed start date would be negotiated. Families must be known to connected to Department of Child Safety, Youth and Women.
Family Reunification Services – Beyond Care
Connecting with agencies, communities and family of origin, building relationships and skills to provide pathways for family reunification. Providing wrap around support services to stabilise and nurture the family unit through our KKAT Program.