- Familias Fuertes is intended to be delivered by three (3) trained, bi-lingual facilitators (one (1) for the parent/caregiver session and two (2) for the youth session). The three (3) facilitators will then deliver the family session curriculum as a group. Additional staff members will include a program coordinator, participant recruiter, on-site arrangers, fidelity observers, and child-care providers. The program can be delivered in the evenings or on weekends (or whenever the parents/caregivers and youth can attend together), and at any community location that can accommodate a meal, separate parent/caregiver and youth groups, larger group family activities, and child-care.
- It is ideal for the site/agency to have all bi-lingual participants for the facilitator training, as well as subsequent delivery of the program to families.
- It is highly recommended that ALL staff has current child abuse clearances.