The Prevention Services Program offers free professional case management to families who live in Weld County. Case Managers partner with families to identify strengths and needs. Then Case Managers will research and connect families to programs and services within the community which help in the achievement of their goals.
The mission of the Prevention Program is to prevent family disruption and to assist families in maintaining safety, permanency and well-being through empowerment and a strengths-based approach.
Eligibility: All families who reside in Weld County with a child or children between the ages of 0 months to 18 years in the home, as long as they are not actively involved in a Dependency and Neglect Child Welfare Case. Services are also available to families with children over the age of 18, as long as the child is a full-time student and are expected to complete their education before age 19.
Referrals can come from families themselves, the community, as well as, other Divisions within the Weld County Department of Human Services.
Participation in the Prevention Program is voluntary. Families are encouraged to reach out for services at any time, even if they initially decline involvement.
Case managers are also available to assist families struggling with homelessness with navigation and accessing affordable housing programs and services.
The Prevention Services Program is offered in partnership with Weld County Department of Public Health and Environment.
Access to bilingual case management and interpreters available.
To request services through the Prevention Services Program please contact (970) 400-6770.