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Community & Family Support Services

Consultation to Field Staff and Providers

DCYF and all family support programs work in a close partnership in planning and monitoring program activities, clarifying information to ensure uniformity and adherence to policies and procedures. The bureau's Family Support Program Specialist ensures that a strong collaboration is maintained between the family support programs and all 12 DCYF district offices and that the resources available continue to be utilized to their full potential.

Comprehensive Family Support Services

These services are voluntary and community based programs developed to assist children and families by promoting family wellness, decreasing family stressors and preventing child abuse and neglect. Comprehensive Family Support is designed to enable families to access the services they need and want in their home communities. These prevention services empower parents and give families an opportunity to learn and grow.

Wellness and Primary Prevention Council

The Council was created to promote primary prevention and early intervention efforts in the State of New Hampshire and its local communities. The council facilitates this work by creating and supporting a formal network of Family Resource Centers. Family Resource Centers act as a basis for a comprehensive strategy to improve the health and well-being of New Hampshire's children and families.

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