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Family Unification Support Services, Inc.

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Educational Services

Mission: We provide support for the successful transition and unification of children back into an identified family unit. Children currently reside in temporary foster care, juvenile facilities, state supported group homes and domestic violence shelters.

Results: Obtaining an office space for therapy and educational services. Building a web-site. Providing parenting classes, family and individual therapy for clients who are referred by Child Protective Services and do not quality for insurance. Providing needed documentation for family court judges. Providing mentors for youth referred by CPS who have minimal family support.

Target demographics: Low-income families/children between the ages of 2-18 years old.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Families whose goal is unification. Professionals in the field who no longer have funds available for essential support services. Families living at umom domestic violence shelter. Teen mothers residing in Child Help Group Homes. Teens in need of mentors.

Programs: Parenting/Anger Management Classes. Mentoring. Individual, Family and Group Therapy. Support Groups, Transportation and Communication Support, Financial Assistance.

Community Stories

1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Family Unification Support Services is an organization which helps children and their familes come together. It takes a special person to use the talents that God has given them to help the families in need. I feel that person is Linda Thompson.She is loving, caring, and compasionate. She helps put her clients at ease when they come in for classes or couseling sessions. I have observed parenting classes that have been given to help the parents learn how to work with their children. We need more organizations like Family Unification Support Services and people like Linda to help children and their families. Go to Family Unification Support Services and check out the website to see all of the services they provide.