As part of your school's or district's Interconnected Systems Framework (ISF), the FCCS School-Based Family Counseling (SBFC) team can assist your campus in providing: (Scroll for downloadable brochure)
- social, emotional and behavioral support for low-income pupils and foster youth - PBIS and AB 114 (ERMHS) implementation - Early Mental Health support - positive overall School Mental Health (SMH) - teen parenting support - family interventions to foster increased well-being and school-to-home interaction
School-Based Family Counseling (SBFC) is an eclectic, strengths-based approach to counseling that works with the school and family (or caregiver/s) to help the child achieve greater success.
MTSS/ RTI We are trained to participate as active members of your campus' Tier II and Tier III support system, helping you meet MTSS/ RTI requirements and support your LCAP and ADA goals.
- evidence-based - trauma-informed - strengths-based - culturally sensitive - social, emotional, behavioral mental health interventions that help children overcome barriers to success.
Reducing social-emotional barriers to increase student learning. Social Emotional Learning (SEL) has been proven to increase children's success in school and in life: - increase academic performance - improve attitudes about school - increase positive behaviors - reduce negative behaviors (source: (safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/hot-topics/social-emotional-learning)
Funding is provided via:
- Medi-Cal (eligible students)
Title I LEA Program Improvement efforts have shifted to evidence-based alternative supports including community agency support, such as the FCCS PBIS Partners program. FCCS PBIS Partners won't need to use your LEA NPI or access limited LEA funds to provide services.
Collaboration of services may be provided to students who are currently receiving LEA Medi-Cal / IEP services.
PBIS is about:
- improving classroom and school climate - decreasing reactive management - maximizing academic achievement - improving support with students with EBD - integrating academic and behavior initiatives (source: pbis.org)
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