Community Collaboration For Children
What is CCC?
Community Collaboration for Children (CCC) delivers quality services to prevent the abuse and neglect of children prior to involvement with the Cabinet for Health & Family Services (CHFS) or to prevent re-abuse and neglect by providing families with the assistance necessary to prevent the removal of children from the home and address the children’s physical, mental, emotional and educational needs..
What is In-Home Services?
In-Home Services is a short-term home based intensive service offered to families to support and empower the family unit. Families will receive services uniquely tailored to meet their individual needs. In-Home Based Services are designed to educate, strengthen, and support families to prevent child abuse and neglect. Services shall develop, support, and empower the family unit by teaching problem solving skills, discussing appropriate discipline techniques, assisting parents in becoming self-sufficient, and coordinating available community resources. These services can also include but no limited to, Anger Management skills, budgeting skills, parenting curriculum, health and environmental issues and working with developmental delays. Services coming skill-based intervention with flexible scheduling so that they are available to families according to their individual needs. In-Home Based Service staff teaches the family how to live together safely while addressing their immediate needs.
Referrals for In-Home Services
Referrals for In-Home Services will be accepted from the Department for Community Based Services (DCBS) and associated agencies, other community partners, self-referrals, and any other community members. Referrals will be made to community resources as needed. There is no cost to the families for any of the services that the CCC Program provides. Limited financial assistance is available to help referrals. Referrals accepted for ages prenatal through age 18..
The CCC Regional Network is comprised of community partners and parents who work to reduce the risk of child abuse and neglect in the 10-county service area as well as to strengthen parents and families. For more information regarding the Community Collaboration for Children and the services provided, please contact 270-343-4600.
This program is funded under a contract with the Cabinet for Health & Family Services with funds from Title IV-B, Sub-part 2 of the Federal Social Security Act, Promoting Safe and Stable Families and the Federal Community Based Family Resource & Support Services Grant.