WE HELP FAMILIES NAVIGATE THE MENTAL HEALTHCARE AND FINANCIAL LANDSCAPES WHEN A LOVED ONE IS DISABLED BY MENTAL ILLNESS OR TRAUMA  

 
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Our Core Belief and Mission: Parents and Families Crave Navigation, Competency, and Most Importantly, Respite, to Be Healthy and Capable During the Lifelong Campaign of Managing an Adult Child with Psychiatric Disabilities.

We are a Specialized Counseling, Life Care Planning, and Interventional Service Provider for All Facets of Managing the Life Affected by a Psychiatric Illness, Illness, or Trauma.  We Help Parents Deliver the Best Quality of Life to Their Loved Ones And Have Served Families Across the US for 25 Years. 


For Individuals

We provide individualized assessments to understand your recovery and financial needs to ensure your best quality of life now and “later in life” needs.   Over the years, we have met many people at midlife who are alone and without a dedicated advocate to develop a ‘best interest’ plan for their long term financial welfare. We provide this ‘guardian angel’ type service to the people that need it most. To date, our average length of service for active clients is 10 years.

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For Parents and Families

We help parents and families design interventions, treatment, and life management plans for their adult children living with psychiatric disability.  DFS  acts as a qualified manager for families needing to realize independent living for a loved one with disability. Our estate and trusts planning helps parents design the correct scaffolding to ensure the long term financial welfare and quality of life of their loved one.

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For Fiduciaries

We specialize in the managing the medical, disability, and daily lives for  beneficiaries with mental illness and/or confounding disability pictures. We understand the healthcare and public benefits systems that a beneficiary has to negotiate in his or her daily life. We manage the needs of daily living for your beneficiary (and disability-related care costs) so you can focus on trust or estate management. 

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