540 N. California Street | Stockton, CA 95202 | Phone: (209) 464.4524

Family Strengthening Services

Get Connected - Family Strengthening

Multi-faceted program targeting families at-risk of abuse and domestic violence.
Services include:

  • One-on-One coaching for parents of children with challenging behaviors.
  • Family case management
  • Referrals to resources
  • Services take place in-home and at CAPC

Contact:
Terri Petersen
Program Manager
(209)644-5335
Tpetersen@nochildabuse.org

Parent Café - Parent Support

Parent Cafés are free bilingual parent support groups which serve as a guide for parents to have their own conversations about keeping their families strong based on the Strengthening Families Framework, The 6 Protective Factors.

Click here for Parent Café contact information.

Testimonial
“This program has helped me by letting me come out of my shell. I don’t feel so alone anymore. I look forward to coming every week. I feel welcomed and that I belong. All the information has been very helpful and I’ve put it to good use. I relax more at home and I approach situations in a different manner thanks to the sessions. I feel like a different person. My days feel brighter and I can handle my problems better. The instructors at Parent Café have been here for me in my time of need. It is more than just a parenting class, it is a life class and I am grateful for it. Thank you Parent Café.”
-Parent
Hamilton School

Contact:
Terri Petersen
Program Manager
(209)644-5335
Tpetersen@nochildabuse.org

CASA - Court Appointed Special Advocates

The CASA Program endeavors to ensure that abused, neglected and abandoned children who have become dependents of the San Joaquin County Court will have a safe and permanent home. Through a network of trained advocates, CASA of San Joaquin County works closely with the court and HSA. Limited to Dependency appointments. This is a volunteer program–Consisted of 30 hours of training and 18 month commitment.

Contact:
Joan Jacobs
Program Manager
(209)644-5347
Jjacobs@nochildabuse.org

Parents as Teachers

Through First 5 funding, the CAPC offers Parents as teachers curriculum as well as Raising a Reader and health education to families with children 0-5 in the 95206 and 95376 zip codes.

Contact:
Joan Jacobs
Program Manager
(209)644-5347
Jjacobs@nochildabuse.org

Parent Coaching - Supervised Visits

Our supervised visits program provides an unbiased, child friendly environment for families to bond and strengthen. Court reports submitted as required. For parents who do not have custody of their children.
Supervised visits include:

  • One-on-one supervision – Each family has its own monitor
  • A child friendly environment with both indoor and outdoor activities.
  • A safe and welcoming environment for all members of the family.

Contact:
Joan Jacobs
Program Manager
(209)644-5347
Jjacobs@nochildabuse.org

Safe Exchanges

A difficult divorce, a parent with border-line or abusive behaviors, or other circumstances may require parents to use a neutral location for exchanging custody of their children.
Our service provides:

  • A child-centered exchange point
  • A supervised monitor for child
  • A safe and unbiased environment for all members of the family

Contact:
Joan Jacobs
Program Manager
(209)644-5347
Jjacobs@nochildabuse.org

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