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Community Resources

Community Resources utilize department and community resources to provide a variety of voluntary services to children and families.

As an on-site component of The HUB Community Resources provide crisis intervention to families experiencing children beyond control, parent/child conflict, or runaway issues. Personnel are available on site from 8:00 am to 8:00 pm (weekdays) and after hours will respond by pager to The HUB. Referrals can be made by law enforcement personnel or parents through the main HUB number (498-6990). All cases will be processed at The HUB.

Programs provided are:

Family Group Conferencing

Family Group Conferencing purpose is to establish plans that provide for the safety and permanency needs of children and youth.

FSRT (Family Safety & Resource Team Meeting)

For Families and others involved in a Family Safety & Resource Team Meeting

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