Youth & Family Support Services Program

Youth and Family Support Services Program

The Youth and Family Support Services Program (formerly known as Family Connections) is a new program that provides parent education and support services for Loudoun County families, including guidance to help families balance their work and home lives, as well as to ensure the health and well-being of their children.

The Youth and Family Support Services Program assists families with youth between the ages of 13-17 experiencing challenging peer and family relationships and life crises by strengthening parental and family relationships through prevention, education, and supportive case management services.

Program Details

The Youth and Family Support Services Program offers the following services:

  • Educational & Supportive Group Services: Individual and group sessions for families and youth at risk of placement in foster care, residential settings, or other out-of-home placements using the evidence based curriculum Parenting Wisely.
  • Intensive Case Management Services: Short-term, family-focused advocacy, resource coordination and support for families and youth.

We use a crisis management and stabilization approach that considers the impact of trauma and builds upon individual and family strengths, and attributes that mitigate or eliminate risk and enhance well-being. 


Program referrals can be received from the following: parents, youth, school social workers, teachers, probation officers, judges, case workers, therapists and private providers.

Families can also register for services in the Youth and Family Support Services Program by completing the Registration Form. Program staff will be in touch once the registration is processed. 


For more information, call 703-737-8237.