Family Intervention & COVID-19
Serving families in an ongoing pandemic

Linda and her family found themselves in crisis right in the middle of a pandemic, but she found the courage to call and ask for help.

Linda was pregnant, caring for two other children and just found out her husband and daughter had tested positive for COVID-19. "I was scared and had absolutely no idea where to start. 

We had just moved to the area, I didn't know where to find information, the hospital was telling me to quarantine my daughter, and we had no income with my husband sick and out of work," Linda said.

In her own words...

Life as we knew it was unraveling, but the CAPC came to our rescue. During our initial meeting, they talked to us to find out our needs & immediately connected my daughter to therapy; she was terrified, didn't understand why she had to be quarantined, and was feeling so alone, my heart was breaking. Counseling gave us the tools to help us manage her anxiety and ways we could talk to her to reassure her that being sick wasn't her fault.
For more information about Family Intervention and the Safety Net program, contact Isabel Flores, program manager at (209) 644-5371 or email iflores@nochildabuse.org
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