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:
Isabel Flores
Program Manager
(209)644-5371
Iflores@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:
Angela MaGee
Program Manager
(209)644-5331
Amagee@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:
Angela MaGee
Program Manager
(209)644-5331
Amagee@nochildabuse.org

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