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Parent Support OUtreach Program

Minnesota Families United offers Parent Support Outreach Program (PSOP) services. PSOP is a voluntary, early intervention program that focuses on a family’s strengths and needs, and aims to help children and parents thrive. The overarching goals of the Parent Support Outreach Program are to enhance the well-being of children and families, ensure and maintain safety for children, and support families so they can meet the needs of their children by themselves and through support systems.

Participation in the Parent Support Outreach Program is voluntary. To be eligible, families must:

  • Have at least one child, age 10 or younger, or be pregnant.

  • Be exposed to two or more child maltreatment risk factors, including but not limited to:

    • Poverty

    • Domestic violence

    • Alcohol and drug problems

    • Mental health concerns

    • History of child protection involvement

    • Homelessness.

  • Not currently be involved with child protection services.

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