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Family Contact

The Family Contact program provides opportunities for children in foster care to spend time with their birth parents to help children cope with the separation, while helping parents learn and practice skills in a structured setting to restore relationships with their children.

Family contact sessions occur primarily at CITC’s Nat’uh Service Center as determined by the State of Alaska Office of Children’s Services (OCS) Family Contact Plan.


Parents and their children separated by foster care placement through OCS .