IntroductionThroughout this course and your synchronous activities, we will be focusing on the members of the Campbell family. Please review the following case information to get an understanding of this family, including demographic information, roles, and identified issues. You will use this case study as a basis for your final treatment plan.Meet the Campbell FamilyThis family lives in Fort Lupton, a rural town in northern Colorado with a population of almost 7,500 residents. About 55% of residents are Hispanic and another 42% are white. The unemployment rate is 16%. The primary industry in Fort Lupton is construction, although there is also a growing gas and oil industry.The family was referred to Weld County’s Department of Health Services for assessment and evaluation after the 15-year-old son, Jacob, was charged with grand theft auto. He is scheduled to attend court later this week. Kali, Jacob’s 17–year–old sister, has previously been on probation for drug use and possession of marijuana.Jacob and Kali’s dad, Joe, has requested a meeting. He says, “My family is falling apart, and no one is talking about it.” He says that Jacob is a screw–up and doesn’t seem to care, and that Kali, who never leaves her room, is always high. “Frankly, I don’t blame her,” he says. “My wife Karen her mother, is drinking herself to death.”At the intake, each family member filled out a brief entrance form. Joe is frustrated and on edge, saying that no one wanted to come, including his wife, and he had to bribe his daughter and son to get in the car. Karen is sitting next to her son with her head down, avoiding any eye contact. Kali laughs at her father and is on her phone. Jacob has his baseball cap pulled over his eyes, slumps in his chair, and is pretending to be asleep.