Frances Recognized As Certified
Parenting Coordinator In Oregon
March 9, 2006
No newcomer to the Child Right's Advocate and Educational Consultant
arena, Dore Frances has been helping folks resolve problems related
to family and parenting issues for ten years. Ms. Frances has
always believed that every parent who turns to the youth at-risk
industry for help should receive exceptional value.
This should begin with the first person with whom they speak,
continue through treatment and last far beyond placement or graduation.
Now, in addition to Child Right's Advocacy and Educational Consulting
services, Ms. Frances has the education and experience to serve
as a Parenting Coordinator for parents who also have a child in
an Emotional Growth or Residential Treatment Program. Ms. Frances
offers services as a neutral person to whom parents can turn when
in dispute on matters relating to the children. Parents may access
the service of a Parenting Coordinator in a more timely fashion
and costs are almost always less than going to court.
The role of the Parenting Coordinator is to help parents to come
to a successful resolution between themselves before their child
graduates or returns home from their program. Horizon Family Solutions
offers a "consistent promise of value" which neither
begins with placement, nor ends with it. The long-term academic,
personal, vocational and professional success of every child is
the concern of Horizon Family Solutions. Dore Frances has served
as a grief counselor for youth and teens for almost nine years
and she was the author of her own newspaper column called the
Teen View while residing in California. Dore is also a Certified
Wrap-a-Round Facilitator for families in crisis and a Court Appointed
Special Advocate (CASA) for Central Oregon.
Accessibility is a unique and important aspect of the services
offered by Horizon Family Solutions. The initial telephone consultation