Dungarvin Services

Children & Their Families

When a person lives with family members, there can be a need for additional support, such as going out into the community or providing assistance with daily personal and household tasks.

Dungarvin provides a range of supports to children and their families. We provide supports to children with developmental disabilities, mental health challenges or medical challenges, as well as supports to their parents. Alternatively, adults with need for family services who have children may also receive supports in a variety of daily living skills.

Within our Dungarvin locations, we provide several types of support for children and their families. Services provided are described below; however, for more details on services within a specific location, click on the state link below the service for additional information.

Family, Infant, and Toddler (FIT) Program

The FIT Program is a program dedicated to providing home-based supports to families with young children aged birth to three years who are at risk for developmental delays.

In-Home Services

In-Home services are developed to provide supports to a child, adolescent or adult living with his or her family or in their own living environment. We serve individuals with a broad range of abilities and needs and our in-home services vary. The person and the family design the level of support and service that is needed.

Case Management Services

Dungarvin provides case management services to support people in their goal of living in the community as independently as possible.

Foster Care Services

Foster care is a specialized service providing safe, loving homes and intensive support to children or adults with traditional, special and/or complex needs. Supports provided vary depending upon the needs of the individual and family.