The Family Support Partner (FSP) coaches, educates, supports, and encourages family members to use their own voice to express their views clearly and in making informed choices. The ideal candidate will be sensitive, respectful and responsive to the cultural background and values of each family. Family Support Partners have a strong connection to the community and are very knowledgeable about resources, services and supports for families. This positions requires a high school diploma, a car and a driver's license, and the ability to travel throughout the state of Georgia.
To apply to become a FSP, please contact Brett Barton at (404) 758-4500 Ext. 203 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Therapeutic Foster Care/Respite Coordinator
The role of the Therapeutic Foster Care/Respite Coordinator is to provide direct services, coordinate services among involved professionals and work to expand and enhance the program as a whole. Services include supporting children and adolescents and their families by providing short-term or long-term placement and insure the delivery of unconditional individualized services that meet the needs of children and families served and support them in meeting their goals. This position is to be sensitive, respectful and responsive to the cultural background and values of each family served. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree with two years experience.
Foster Parents provide 24-hour therapeutic care to children ages 0-18 who cannot live at home due to previous neglect, emotional, physical, sexual abuse and/or a current family crisis.
Come learn about GPSN’S TFC/Respite program and the requirements to become a Foster Parent. Please contact us to learn about our next New Provider Orientation.
GPSN Mission Statement
Georgia Parent Support Network, Inc. is dedicated to providing support, education, and advocacy for children and youth with mental illness, emotional disturbances, and behavioral differences and their families.