Child Advocacy & Parental Support

Child Advocacy and Parental Support (CAPS) is a voluntary home-based case management service free to families with children 0-17 years of age who are not otherwise receiving preventative case management services. By connecting families with resources needed to strengthen them, as well as educating them on things such as parenting techniques, CAPS provides short term, goal oriented services to help families meet their maximum self-sufficiency potential.

caps-familyThe CAPS program is funded through a Community Partners for Child Safety grant from the state of Indiana. The program assists families who reside in Clark, Floyd, Harrison, Scott and Washington Counties, and need help learning about and accessing community resources

CAPS provides home-based, goal oriented case management to address:

  • Activities of Daily Living (such as home organization and hygiene)
  • Education Concerns
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Financial/Resource Budgeting
  • Parenting and Family Communication
  • Resource Referrals for (but not limited to)
    • Child Care
    • Dental Vision, Hearing
    • Domestic Violence Services
    • Employment
    • Utility Assistance
    • Housing
    • Legal Aid Resourcing
    • Physical and Mental Health Care
    • Substance Abuse Services
    • Transportation Options
    • Food and Nutrition

Families and Individuals can click here to download the CAPS brochure.

Agencies and Other Professionals may access a referral form by clicking here. (Just fill out the form and hit submit to email back to us.)

Questions? Contact us: tara_white@newhopeservices.org

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