Ranch Ehrlo Intensive Family Preservation Services (IFPS) program is an intensive in-home family treatment program designed to keep children and families safe and prevent out-of-home placement of children.
IFPS is an evidence-based program that focuses on time-limited, intensive and home-based services designed to stabilize and strengthen families. Intensive services are family-focused, child-centred, goal-oriented, and provide in-home skill building and after-care supports and linkages.
- Services provided in families’ homes
- Immediate availability for families
- Brevity of services
- 24-hour a day availability to clients
- Single therapist operating within a team
Keeping families together
“I’m a strong believer in preventative work and how impactful it can be. Any time we can prevent a child from being removed from their home is a success.”
How do I get into the program as a parent?
This is a fee for service program. You need to be referred by a child protection agency or a health authority. Your social worker or case manager can complete the application process on your behalf. The links to the referral form can be found at the bottom of the page.
If you have any additional questions about the program, please fill out the form below. Due to our lack of capacity it may take up to a week to repond.
Or call 306-751-9800.