What is SSFP?
The Safe & Strong Family Preservation Programme (SSFP) is a programme under the Kampong Kapor Community Services (KKCS) since 2017. It is a home-based service to keep children safe and well with the family in the community. All cases are referred by Ministry of Social and Family Development and are of known families with moderate to high risk levels.
Central to this work, the SSFP team works closely with the family for six months and through such intensive interventions, we hope to ensure that the children’s safety and wellbeing is maintained at home. In order to achieve this goal, the SSFP team works with and has built up a solid network of community partners and relevant services to provide support and interventions in different areas and at different levels. The SSFP team holds the belief that it takes a village to raise a child and hence, the SSFP is intentional and strategic in ensuring that these villages are identified to support family and children remain safely at home.
- Case Management
- Trauma-informed work with children and caregivers
Process of SSFP
The SSFP engages the family in 3 different intervention phases as illustrated below:
Collaborative goal setting with family & children
Practice skills learned
Individual and family work
Identify support network
Connecting family with community partners /relevant services
Preparation for step down to community agency