Member Agencies Overview
CCFSA’s extensive vetting process for membership, includes national accreditation, good standing reviews and references. This means our members continuously work to improve quality of care. As such, our members are among the most highly qualified human services providers in CT, producing some of the strongest outcomes in the areas of behavioral health, child welfare, intellectual disabilities and poverty reduction. Council member agencies provide support and services that assist families with all aspects and phases of family life. Services may be provided in the office, in the community or in family homes and include:
Family Support Services
Child & Family Development & Support
Early Child Care & Development, Child Care Centers
Family Preservation & Stabilization
Focus on K.I.D.S.
Foster Care Services
Parent Education Program (PEP)
Welfare-to-Work Services (EPS)
Financial Management & Debt Counseling
Vocational Rehabilitation, Skill Development Training
Individual Support Services
Child Protective Services
Citizenship & Naturalization
Immigrant & Refugee Resettlement, Transition Services
Services For Individuals With Developmental Disabilities
Social Development & Enrichment Services
Supported Community Living
Mental Health & Health Care Services
Counseling, Support & Education
Crisis Response, Intervention, Hotline & Referral
Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient Partial Hospitalization
Employee Assistance Program
Group Living Services
Home Care & Support, Home Health Aide Services
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Psychiatric & Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Assertive Community Outreach
Substance Abuse Services
CCFSA believes strongly in fostering the leadership of the next generation and in doing so proudly partners with the Public Service Executive Leadership Collaborative.
The goal of the Collaborative is to:
· Provide high-quality, low-cost training and professional development for Connecticut’s public and nonprofit sector professionals.
· Reduce training costs for the public and nonprofit sector associations, and
· Provide a shared learning environment that strengthens ties and networks between public sector and nonprofit professionals.
Attend at a Reduced Cost
As a Partner Organization, members of the Council of Family Service Agencies and their employees receive substantial discounts to attend the workshops of their choice in a shared learning environment with public sector and nonprofit professionals. The workshops for January - May have been announced. You can register now and receive the discounted rate. Questions: Contact Linda Friedman at email@example.com or 959-200-3817.
To learn more about the Collaborative please visit their website here.
Click here to view the 2018-2019 Workshop Schedule.
For more information about any of the services provided by our member agencies, contact us.