The Family Stabilization Program (FSP) is a preventative, six-month case management program. The program is designed for families to obtain self sufficiency by teaching them critical skills and tools to resolve crises and avoid future hardships while achieving long term stability. The program’s primary objectives are to improve money management skills, family functioning, mental stress, and to maintain or improve employability and housing while reducing stress. This is accomplished by providing clients with a variety of supportive services at no cost to participants.

Our 2020 FSP Workshop Schedule is now available. FSP workshops are facilitated by Consumer Debt Counselors (CDC) and Christian Help Employment and Resource Center (ERC) and are offered throughout the year. 

Want to participate in the Family Stabilization Program? Call 407-644-7593 to speak with a caseworker today to see if you are eligible.

Click on our FSP flyer below for more information.

FSP Flyer

Meet Our Caseworkers

C Duroseau - editClelie Duroseau started with JFS in 2015. Clelie has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Studies and obtained a certificate in Case Management from the University of Central Florida. Clelie brings over a dozen years of social service experience to her position as a Family Stabilization Program (FSP) Case Manager. Clelie is passionate about helping individuals and families facing hardships overcome obstacles, for example, homelessness. Clelie’s approach with her clients includes examining outside factors, such as societal challenges, to assist client’s with achieving their goals. Clelie speaks English, French, Creole and Spanish. 



Jascha D. Fields, MA joined JFS Orlando in 2014 as the FSP Case Manager.  Jascha is responsible for providing case management to FSP clients and monitoring their progress throughout the program.

Jascha collaborates with partner agencies to recruit/screen new FSP clients and to coordinate the delivery of services to FSP clients.  He has over six years of social services experience working with the homeless and at-risk populations.  Jascha earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Maryland College Park, a Master of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Delaware and a Master of Arts degree in Counselor Education from the University of Central Florida.  Jascha also holds a Graduate Certificate in Career Counseling from the University of Central Florida. In addition, Jascha is a fluent speaker in both French and German.