What is Partnerships for Families?
Partnerships for Families (PFF) is a program designed to prevent child abuse and neglect from occurring by providing parents with supportive services. It is a free, voluntary program and services are offered to pregnant women and families with children 5 and younger who are at high risk for child maltreatment.
In order to be eligible for community referrals, families must have the following criteria:
1) The parent (mother/father) must be expecting a child or have a child under 12 months.
2) The parent must be experiencing one of the following concerns: domestic violence,
substance abuse,mental health concerns, or young parental age (21 years or younger).
What kind of services are offered?
• Case management with linkage to
• Parenting classes (free childcare
may be available)
• Funding for basic family needs
• Intensive services for domestic violence, mental
health, and substance abuse related needs
• Support groups
• Early care and education
• Family events
Office: 5628 E. Slauson Ave
Commerce, CA 90040
Main Office Number: (323) 318-9960
Claudia Williams, LCSW
PFF Clinical Supervisor
PFF Program Manager
(323) 318-9960 ext. 9327
(323) 318-9960 ext. 3328
Office: 43423 Division Street
Suite #102 Lancaster, CA 93535
Craig Cincis, M.A.
PFF Project Manager firstname.lastname@example.org
Theresa J. Culver, LCSW
PFF Clinical Director