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Parent Support Now

Nearly sixty-seven percent (67%) of children in out-of-home placement remain in out-of-home placement for more than 13 months.

Of the four hundred eighty-four (484) children whose parents received M.I.K.I.D. services and who returned home, nearly seventy-seven percent (77%) returned home within nine (9) months.

M.I.K.I.D.'s Parent Support Now (PSN) program was established in Mohave County to provide early intervention in Arizona Department of Child Safety (DCS) removal cases involving children. The PSN parent-to-parent program provides parent-to-parent immediate support, education, and assistance to families to navigate the various systems they may interact with upon DCS involvement once there has been an emergency custodial removal or a removal in the immediate future is probable. PSN focuses only on DCS probable or emergency removals from birth to 17 years. The Parent Support Provider works with the parents as a liaison with the court system to educate families on the process of DCS removals, support families' treatment goals, and promote positive coping skills. 

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Not sure what services you need?

Contact us on our new referral line and speak to a specialist today at 844-805-2080.
You can also contact us directly by filling out our form on our contact page.
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