The Development of Living Skills Program (DLS) began in 1985 with a grant from the Butler County Children Service’s Levy. The program is a comprehensive in-home educational intervention system designed for families at risk for child abuse and/or neglect. The goal of the program is to build healthy families through teaching daily living skills to parents who are at-risk. Through the intensive in-home, hands-on approach, families not only learn what is needed to keep their children out of the foster care system, but are also observed putting the learned skills into action. With this educational opportunity, families can break the cycle of displacement and dysfunction and provide a safe, nurturing home for their children to grow; impacting future generations.
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