Solution focused action steps for family reunification.
My name is Katie McCauley.
I am a person in long term recovery. What that means for me is that it has been 4 years since I have felt the need to change my mind or mood with any substances. I am also a graduate of the Family Treatment Court program in Coweta County. Because of my recovery and working a program, today I have full custody of my children and am present in their daily lives. Today I am able to show up to every ballgame, dance recital and every other event. My passion is to see families reunited, parents maintain long term recovery, and to be a support person for those who want to do something different for themselves and their children.
What do we do?
We provide advocacy, support, and resources for parents with court involvement, substance use, and/or custodial challenges.
How can we help?
Multiple pathways to recovery support, including family support.
Referrals based on individual or case plan goals.
Assistance navigating and prioritizing case plan.
Strength-based messaging for court appearances.
Schedule a session.
A great way to get started is in a one on one session. During this time, you can discuss your goals and together we can establish a plan to support you.