Family Advocacy Program
The objectives of the Family Advocacy Program is to prevent intimate partner and child abuse, to encourage the reporting of all instances of such abuse, to ensure the prompt assessment and investigation of all abuse cases, to protect victims of abuse, and to treat all Family members affected by or involved in abuse.
The USAHC Clinical Family Advocacy Program responds to family maltreatment by assessing if abuse has occurred, insuring the safety of all concerned, and developing a treatment plan designed to reduce the risk of continued maltreatment. The goal is strengthening the family , while ensuring victim safety and ending the family violence. FAPC provides clinical services for victims and offenders.
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy (Anger Management, Men’s Group, Women’s Offender Group)
- 24 hour on call FAP Social Worker to coordinate response to reports of maltreatment
- Accepts restricted reports of intimate partner abuse