Family Stabilization Program

households participated last year
100
case management sessions provided
835

Multiple
Workshops,

supportive services, and more at no cost

The Family Stabilization Program (FSP) is a preventative, six-month case management program. The program is designed for families to obtain self sufficiency by teaching them critical skills and tools to resolve crises and avoid future hardships while achieving long-term stability.

The program’s primary objectives are to improve financial management skills, employability, family stability and mental health functioning, as well as maintain or improve housing. This is accomplished by providing clients with a variety of supportive services at no cost to participants.

Workshops are offered throughout the year as part of FSP, including financial literacy workshops facilitated by Consumer Debt Counselors (CDC) and employability workshops hosted by Unlimited Potential Group.

We are currently enrolling new households from Orange County for the Family Stabilization Program.

To apply, call (407) 644-7593 to speak with a case manager today to see if you are eligible.

City of Orlando, Seminole County: Ext. 250

Orange County: Ext. 236

Meet Our Case Managers

Clelie Duroseau started with JFS in 2015. Clelie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies and obtained a certificate in Case Management from the University of Central Florida. Clelie brings over a dozen years of social service experience to her position as a Family Stabilization Program (FSP) Case Manager.

Clelie is passionate about helping individuals and families facing hardships overcome obstacles, for example, homelessness. Clelie’s approach with her clients includes examining outside factors, such as societal challenges, to assist client’s with achieving their goals. Clelie speaks English, French, Creole and Spanish. 

Sasha Herrera joined JFS Orlando in October 2022. Originally from Jersey City, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the New Jersey City University and is currently attending Grand Canyon University online to earn her Masters in Addiction Counseling.

Her early career began in education, working as a teacher, therapeutic staff support, and as a mental health worker. She continued working in the behavioral & mental health field as a Wraparound Specialist with Gulf Coast Jewish Family Community Services and then as a case manager with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

As a Case Manager for JFS Orlando’s Family Stabilization Program (FSP), Sasha provides intensive case management services for Orange County FSP clients, including recruiting & screening, recording documentation, and monitoring client participation & progress. She enjoys her work with JFS as it is aligned with her passion to work with children and families, providing a community connection which will ultimately lead to long-term mental and emotional stability.

Sasha is bilingual and fluent in both English and Spanish. Her family is originally from the Dominican Republic, and she is a proud auntie of four.

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