Family Centered Treatment is an intensive in-home family therapy model. FCT Practitioners work with the whole family to enable family stability and empower families to discover and use their intrinsic strengths to sustain positive change. Families typically see their FCT Practitioner for 4 hours per week and receive support whenever needed.
Family Centered Treatment is categorized as a ‘Family Stabilization Program’ with ‘High’ Child Welfare Relevance by the California Evidence-Based Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (CEBC).
In 2019, FCT was approved as a Well-Supported model for use by states as part of the Family First Act Independent Systematic Review to claim for Transitional Payments.
9 out of 10 families that participate in FCT achieve a successful outcome. Likewise, 98% of families that complete all phases of treatment achieve successful outcomes. In addition, more than 90% of families referred for services are engaged into treatment and 9 out of 10 families that receive FCT report that the FCT model has made a positive impact in their lives.
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