Families in crisis often experience strained relationships and face multiple real-world challenges—but the right support at the right time provides immediate assistance while building bridges toward longer-term success.
HopeWell provides in-home support and stabilization services to families involved with the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF). We aim to alleviate the immediate crisis that brought them to DCF and work to keep the family intact and on a positive path. For families who have lost custody of their children, we support them as they work towards reunification so that their children are never removed again.
Our clinicians are trained in the ARC (Attachment, Regulation and Competency) model and leverage this evidence-based, trauma informed approach in our work. We ultimately believe in the capacity and resilience of families, taking a solution-focused stance as we support them in working towards their goals.
Clinicians support families to deal with in-the-moment struggles in order to help heal and preserve the family unit.
HopeWell was recently among organizations that drafter a letter to U.S. House and Senate leadership expressing grave concern with the ongoing treatment of children at the United States border.