Families Matter is launching a new service in January 2016; a service that is an innovation in the social service, mental health/substance abuse, and treatment services industry.
We will hire 5-6 people to provide part-time contract services to families.
Families Matter uses Strategic Problem Solving in all of our programming & services.
If you think you might be interested you owe it to yourself to check this out.
Families Matter Inc.
Helping families solve problems —
because families really do matter
Training and Recruiting
Families Matter Model
Families Matter is built for expansion
- Integrate into a community
- Train providers
- Provide services
- Establish ongoing support
- Move to next community
Families Matter services utilize part time professionals to provide brief, solution oriented individual, family, and group interventions using Strategic Problem Solving.
- Commitment to providers:
- Proper training and preparation before providing any services. Strategic Problem Solving is the foundation for all services
- A venue and all materials required to provide services.
- Providers will be paid for services.
- Hierarchy, structure, and growth
- Career Growth opportunities
Strategic Problem Solving Training (SPST)
- 20hrs, 12 classroom hrs. 8 distance learning. Flexible group scheduling
- Strategic Problem Solving training includes
- Theoretical foundation
- Technical Skills
- Opportunities for Application
- Strategic Problem Solving facilitates effective intervention, case, & treatment planning.
- Strategic Problem Solving can improve client engagement, motivation, and buy-in, and increase client and family cooperation, and compliance.
- Strategic Problem Solving provides effective crisis & conflict de-escalation, management, and resolution tools, and can be effective with resistant populations such as at-risk teens, people under court supervision, or dealing with substance abuse and addictions issues.
- Strategic Problem Solving training is appropriate for paraprofessionals, bachelors and masters level therapists, counselors, social workers; children service workers, faith-based providers, educators, and juvenile & criminal justice workers.