FCC Services

Our structured methodology is not only an instrument used to repair relationships within a family; but more importantly, it prepares the family with the skills to rebuild their community.

Trauma-informed services
& Evidence supported methodology

Working to improve the culture within the community, we are committed to being a part of the solution.

FCC believes success is characterized by the hope that change is possible, the intelligenc to identify a pragmatic solution, the courage to have faith in the village, and the perseverance to overcome in the face of insurmountable odds.

Home Based
Family Centered Case
Management

Domestic Violence Case Management and Advocacy Program

Visitation
Facilitation

Therapy

Truancy Termination

Transition from Restrictive Placement

Parent
Education

Home Maker
& Parent Aid

Tutoring

Father Engagement

Family Functioning Assessment

Serving Our Communities

Use the map to find services in your local area and their descriptions below.

Regions we serve:

Providing #1 services to Regions 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Therapy services are strengths-based, goal-oriented, time-limited services provided in the natural environment of families who need assistance. Areas of need may include stress management, problem-solving, grief and loss, sexual abuse issues, domestic violence education, communication skills, adoption issues, and interpersonal relationships. Home-based services take place in the home, while counseling services may be in the counselor’s office or other settings.

Our masters and bachelors-level clinicians provide home & community-based case management services for families and individuals that is multi-systemic and strengths-oriented. Utilizing a rich combination of evidence-based and best-practice strategies, each family develops and implements a unique case plan that connects the family with community resources while developing practical skills alongside a positive and hope-filled vision for the future. Our Case Management Team receives the same clinical supervision that our doctorate and masters-level practitioners enjoy. This creates an especially strong competency constellation surrounding issues of complex trauma, sexual abuse/recovery, anti-social personalities, and family systems & preservation. Our case managers enjoy additional trainings in Cultural Competency, Sexual Trauma, and issues related to Systemic Poverty.

Our domestic violence programs work to end violence at home and help people create healthier relationships. We understand that it is difficult to make major changes alone. Our group programs help people discover the relationship skills they already have, and learn new ways of thinking about how to be a partner or a parent, ultimately changing destructive behavior patterns. Breaking the cycle of abuse is our number one focus.

Family Community Connections with trained visitation professionals to provide consistent, structured, and meaningful visitation experiences for children and families involved with the Indiana Department of Child Services. Visits take place at home, within the community, or at our new offices at 3639 N. Raceway Road Suite 400 Indianapolis IN 46234. Transportation is available, and providers possess advanced training in serving traumatized and neglected children.

Parenting can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it can also be both challenging and stressful. A parent’s role is one that requires skills and information to be successfully carried out. Often, well-intentioned but uninformed parents make decisions that can negatively impact their child and family for years to come.

Parenting can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it can also be both challenging and stressful. A parent’s role is one that requires skills and information to be successfully carried out. Often, well-intentioned but uninformed parents make decisions that can negatively impact their child and family for years to come.

Our tutors possess competencies serving youth struggling to overcome long-term educational/learning challenges. Within FCC, Tutors are considered clinical staff and are expected to develop additional competencies in Cultural Competency, Sexual Trauma, and issues related to Systemic Poverty.

We now accept Medicaid and other insurances for private paying clients