They had very little trust in the beginning of care and feared for their little brothers and sisters.
They noticed a behaviour change in the teenagers when they came back from Family visitation. When asked why they were so up set many times the older child answered how worried they were about their little Brothers and Sisters.
Once they understood what was triggering so much of this bad behaviour it changed their perspective of the young adults that were at the Norville Center.
They began to seek out the siblings of the children who were already in their care. Since then they have made it a mission to actively keep the families together.
Child Protective Services has been a good partner in helping the Norville Center keep their mission. The workers know how important it is to keep the children together and have kept the Center busy using the Facility and its services. Helping these special children begin to find their way into a more fulfilling life.