Wake County Child Welfare provides services and support to prevent and reduce child abuse and neglect in our community.
Learn more about these services below.
Family Support Services
The Family Support Services program is a family-centered program that provides ongoing support, resources, coordination of services, and group/community education for families. Committed to a family-centered service model, Family Support Services works with families when help is needed with skill development, decision making and problem solving. The program provides services on an individual and group basis in a timely, flexible and creative manner.
Father Engagement Services
The Father Engagement Services program is committed to providing prevention, intervention and advocacy for fathers working towards reunification and/or family preservation. Services address family stability, safety, co-parenting and self-sufficiency so that families continue to grow and develop.
Parent Education Services
The Child Welfare Parent Education Services program works to create safe and stable homes by strengthening families, promoting healthy child development and reducing the likelihood of child abuse and neglect.