The aim of the article is to analyze scientific resources and to describe social and pedagogical technologies of work with families. The methods of investigation are scientific resources analyses and data summarizing.The social-pedagogical technology is a means of interaction of a social pedagogue (a social worker) with a family that provides support and social services to it. The essence of the social-pedagogical technology is in driving the algorithm of specialist interaction with the family.The social-pedagogical family support is a special type of social-pedagogical activity directed at revealing, identifying and resolving problems between a child and others members of the family in order to provide and to protect family rights for child’s safe living, full-value development and education. The research literature analyses have shown that such family technologies as social guiding, family needs estimation, early intervention, crises intervention, services providence are well developed and actively implemented into practice. Social accommodation is a type of social work directed at social caring, help and patronage for socially unprotected categories of children and youth, aimed at overcoming everyday problems, support and increase of their social status. Family (a child’s and his family’s) needs evaluation technology is used with families that are in need and those who demand governmental support and social care. Needs evaluation is a process of gathering, summarizing and analyzing information given by social services providers. It concerns children’s, youth’s, family’s needs and their living conditions. This information helps to understand the amount of services needed to overcome difficult living circumstances. The technology of early intervention is directed at providing services to the family that brings up a child with special needs. The technology of crises intervention involves socially-pedagogical support in critical situations. All in all we can consider the guiding technology as the combining method of social work, because it involves and integrates other technologies of work with families despite the type of the family and its specifics.