Read The Lincy Institute 3-5-7 Model Issue Brief to learn about indicators of well-being associated with fidelity to the 3-5-7 Model™.
During the past several years, the 3-5-7 Model™ has become an integral practice engagement strategy to support the work of young people and all of their families to build permanency relationships. As a directional, guided approach, this practice model provides tools for professionals and caregiver parents to understand the stories of loss, trauma, and abandonment that each child carries with them from poor parenting experiences. Through training, coaching and consultation, agencies implementing the 3-5-7 Model™ are seeing significant shifts in the behaviors of children and young people through grief and relationship building activities. An additional outcome has been increased worker satisfaction among those using the concepts and tools of the model. Join us as we continue to expand this very exciting and successful approach to assuring well-being and permanency in relationships for children and their families who have been challenged by family traumas. We encourage you to contact us with questions about the model and our programs and to discuss how we can support your work.
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