The Parenting Hub


About Us

The Parenting Hub is Standard of Care Psychological Services’ most recent program designed to support families in re-establishing and maintaining healthy bonds. 

Following the original agency vision, The Parenting Hub will continue to set the standard higher by providing individualized and competent care, interactive advocacy, and through the use of evidenced –based strategies, real change will happen here.

This Program is ideally designed for:

  • Families at risk of placement disruption

  • Families involved in custody issues

  • Pre-adoptive and foster to adopt families

  • Adoptive parents

  • Non-traditional families (grandparents as parents, LGBT parenting, teen parents, single fathers, and others)

  • Court-ordered families

  • Parents/Caregivers with mental illness and/or co-occurring disorders

  • Families with children of incarcerated parents


What  We Do

The Parenting Hub is a warm, confidential, and friendly place where children may have supervised visits with their parents.

What makes The Parenting Hub unique is that in addition to supervised visits, it provides assessments, evaluations, parent education and training, parent support groups, coaching, and therapy in order to re-establish and maintain healthy bonds. While every effort is made to reunify children and their birth families, The Parenting Hub assists with and supports all options of permanency.

At The Parenting Hub, ‘setting the standard higher’ is shown through individualized treatment and meeting the family just where they are. We are skilled at working with families with various challenges and we believe that in most situations, parents are the expert on their child, but may just need consistent and respectful guidance and support. 

We also believe that children thrive when their fathers are actively involved in their lives, and our mission is to increase paternal involvement. 

Domains of Focus and Assessment

  • Nurturance

  • Basic Care

  • Understanding Developmental Milestones

  • Understanding Emotions (affective education)

  • Developmental Stimulation (“play with a purpose”)

  • Safety and Protection

  • Limit Setting

  • Maintenance Skills