The Family Learning Program is dedicated to providing best practice psychological services to improve the lives of children, adolescents and families who have experienced neglect and/or abuse.
FLP provides sexual abuse treatment through the Sexual Abuse Treatment Program for children, adolescents and adult non-offending caregivers.
Our goal is to provide the highest standard, evidence-based psychological services to a diverse clientele of sexually abused children, adolescents and their families.
The Family Learning Program is sponsored by The Florida Institute of Technology and The State of Florida, Department of Health.
Our Mission Statement: "The Family Learning Program is dedicated to providing best practice psychological services to improve the lives of children, adolescents and families who have experienced neglect and/or abuse."
The mission of the Family Learning Program is to provide best practice evaluation and treatment services for child and adolescent victims, their siblings, and their non-offending caregivers to promote healthy coping and reduce risk of re-victimization.
The Family Learning Program's vision is to decrease child maltreatment in Brevard County through the following four core values:
Commmunity Awareness: We believe that increasing community awareness of child sexual abuse and other forms of child maltreatment reduces the stigma associated wtih abuse and its treatment, prevents child abuse through public education and increases access to treatment and services for victims and families.
Intervention: We believe that empirically supported and evidence-based intervention is effective in improving victim and family coping following abuse, reducing related negative effects and symptoms, and reducing risk of re-victimization.
Collaboration: We believe that active collaboration with community partners and other involved treatment and service providers is imperative to fully support victims and families and for effective delivery of sexual abuse treatment.
Prevention: We believe that preventing child sexual abuse and other forms of maltreatment is preferable to treating children and families to avoid the significant negative effects of abuse on the child and family. We promote community awareness in an effort to prevent new occurrences of child abuse and implement interventions and collaboration to prevent additional occurrences in children who have already experienced child sexual abuse or another form of child maltreatment.
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