A woman holds a toddler in the living room of a home.

Connecticut Family Stability

Public Sector Solutions, Children & Families, Health


$11.2MMobilized to expand services to nearly 400 families across Connecticut

Social Finance partnered with Connecticut Governor Dannel P. Malloy, Connecticut Department of Children and Families (DCF), and Family-Based Recovery on the Connecticut Family Stability Pay for Success Project. The program supported Family-Based Recovery treatment teams to promote positive parent-child interactions, increase parental awareness and understanding of child development, and help parents on their path to substance use recovery. The initiative mobilized $11.2 million to expand Family-Based Recovery’s services to nearly 400 families across Connecticut.


  • Create long-term, lasting results for families by supporting parents in substance use recovery and improving parent-child interactions.
  • Prevent out-of-home placements and re-referrals to DCF and reduce substance use by parents and caregivers.
  • Evaluate the efficacy of the Family-Based Recovery model using an independent evaluation.
  • Bring an added level of government accountability for results for families served.



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