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careers

Office

WHO WE ARE

The Council for Union County Families is dedicated to collaborative problem-solving in order to assure that local social services for families are planned, developed, and delivered based on a cooperative, coordinated, family- centered, culturally sensitive, and community-based approach. 

WHAT WE DO

CUCF focuses on strengths-based, family-centered processes through: 

  • Service Coordination

  • Community-Response Teams

  • Parent Peer Support

  • High-Fidelity Wraparound

We employee service coordinators and wraparound Facilitators along with Parent Peer Supporters. For more information please contact Vanessa Humphrey, CUCF director at: vanessa@cucfuc.org or (937) 738-9800 ext. 101. 

parent representative

Family representatives have an opportunity to model for other parents and consumers of services how to work in partnership with public and private agencies to help children reach their potential.


Parent Representatives Qualifications: 

  • Must have a youth receiving or have/has received services from an agency represented on CUCF

  • Must have an interest in creating a community where children and families thrive

  • Cannot be employed by an agency represented on the Council

 

COMMITMENT 
We value the voice of families and the important perspective they bring to discussions and decisions that affect families in our community. 

  • Attend at least 8 of 11 meetings each year.

  • Serve at least one term. Terms of service begin July 1 and end June 30. 

  • Represent and speak on behalf of other parents/guardians.

  • Offer opinions on the impact of proposed policies, activities, etc. on families.

  • Assist in educating the public about Council goals and activities.

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