Intensive In-Home Services

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IIS provides crisis intervention 24 hours a day, seven days a week to Missouri families who have a child at imminent risk who may be placed outside the home. The services provided are tailored to assist families in avoiding out-of-home placement and to connect and integrate them with existing community resources.

Specific Requirements:

Families must be referred by an appropriate referral source - The family is facing the removal of a child(ren) - The family must be willing to accept IIS services.

Key points of IIS:

Services Available to Families

How it works

If the referral is appropriate, then the family will be assigned to a specific specialist. The services provided are up to 20 hours per week and range from 4-6 weeks in length. IIS believes the best safety net for a child is parent(s) who are caring and capable, rather than the child being placed outside the home. Lastly, IIS offers counseling, education, listening, modeling, problem solving, child management, communication and negotiation skills, use of community resources, housekeeping skills, and a reasonable alternative to out-of-home placement.

Counties Served (Missouri)


Oklahoma Arkansas Illinois Missouri Kansas

Divisional Brands

CARF Accredited

Where applicable, our services are accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities. This achievement is an indication of this organizations dedication and commitment to improving the quality of the lives of the persons served.

Professional Staff

Advance Practice Nurses
Registered Nurses
Family Therapists
Licensed Social Workers
Community Support Specialists
Certified Teachers
Prevention Specialists
And many more..

A Healthy Environment

PFH was a finalist in the "Healthiest Employers" award by the St. Louis Business journal. The Healthiest Employer awards program recognizes organizations that are committed to creating a healthy workplace.