Parent Support Outreach Program (PSOP)

Focusing on family’s strengths and needs

What is PSOP?

The Parent Support Outreach Program is a voluntary program that provides short-term help to parents to access resources and provide education about such things as housing, transportation, parent education, child development, activities, child care, safety planning, employment and other services.

Who is eligible for Parent Support Outreach?

Anyone who is a resident of Anoka County and has a child 17 years old or younger in the family is eligible for Parent Support Outreach Services.

How do I get connected to Parent Support Outreach?

Anyone working with children and families can make a referral by contacting Anoka County at 763-422-6917. Individuals can also contact Anoka County directly and request services.

What can I expect from Parent Support Outreach?

This program focuses on a family’s strengths and needs. This program is about working with parents who want to do what’s best for their kids. It’s about connecting with community resources that provide the specific kinds of help families want and need.

Families work with a case manager from a contracted agency to develop a plan to meet their specific goals and needs.

Getting help, even for a short period of time, can make a big difference.

Our Hope is to Help

  • Face the challenges of parenting.
  • Work together to solve concerns.
  • Access useful resources and services.
  • Build on strengths of communities and families.
  • Meet the current, specific needs of the family.
  • Help families through a stressful situation.

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