Pathways to Permanency Program (P2P) model provides a wide range of trauma informed services incorporating foster and adoption issues to strengthen and support families. Caregivers can consult with clinicians on determining whether to become a foster or adoptive parent is right for the family; Deciding if a specific child placement is a good match for the family; Parenting with a history of trauma; Managing complexities of relationships with birth families, service providers and previous caregivers; Preparing siblings for the arrival of a new foster or adoptive child and/or addressing challenges that can arise between siblings; and Developing trauma informed strategies for managing difficult behavior. Within the consultations, specialized support services may be provided to families including: supporting transitions; supporting reunification; sibling reunification; and attachment between caregivers and children.

Strengthen and support families in providing foster and adoptive children with a nurturing and stable home environment.