Listing Description

Services: Healthy Families: Resource assistance and support for families with newborns (less than 90 days), up to 3 yrs of service • Daybreak Crisis Homes: Emergency, short-term respite care for children 12 years of age and younger • Community Partners: In-home services for families struggling with issues that may lead to abuse or neglect • Education Services: Workshops on preventing child abuse and neglect, bullying, and gun safety for children ages 3-18 and adults • Be Someone Now: Education, guidance, and support for young adults, age 16-24 • Fatherhood Engagement: Assistance for fathers, referred by DCS, to engage with child • Family Connections: Workshops and classes for families working through divorce, paternity, or custody issues • Family Restoration: Visitation and therapy services for families working through the DCS/court process • Family Preservation: Home and office-based services to strengthen the family unit through the DCS system. Can include High Conflict and Batterers Intervention.


Support & Education

Services:
• Healthy Families: Resource assistance and support for families with newborns (less than 90 days), up to 3 yrs of service
• Daybreak Crisis Homes: Emergency, short-term respite care for children 12 years of age and younger
• Community Partners: In-home services for families struggling with issues that may lead to abuse or neglect
• Education Services: Workshops on preventing child abuse and neglect, bullying, and gun safety for children ages 3-18 and adults
• Be Someone Now: Education, guidance, and support for young adults, age 16-24
• Fatherhood Engagement: Assistance for fathers, referred by DCS, to engage with child
• Family Connections: Workshops and classes for families working through divorce, paternity, or custody issues
• Family Restoration: Visitation and therapy services for families working through the DCS/court process
• Family Preservation: Home and office-based services to strengthen the family unit through the DCS system. Can include High Conflict and Batterers Intervention.

Payment:
• All programs are free unless otherwise specified. Call for information.
• Sliding fee scale based upon income
• Self-pay or cash accepted

Eligibility:
• U.S. government-issued ID and/or proof of income may be required for some programs
• Call for program-specific eligibility details
• If uninsured, bring proof of of household income
• If insured, bring insurance card
• Call to schedule appointment

Languages:
• Spanish (By appointment only)


Address:
SCAN (Stop Child Abuse & Neglect)
500 W. Main St.
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Directions

Bus Route:
9 Brooklyn

Hours:
• M-F (Hours vary by program)
– 8AM-8PM
• SA (Hours vary by program)
– 8AM-2PM
• 24-hour emergency coverage
• Call for information


Website:
SCAN (Stop Child Abuse & Neglect)

Phone:
• 260-421-5000
• 800-752-7116


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