Family Support and Training (FST): Provides a structured, one-to-one, strengths-based relationship between a Family Partner and a parent/caregiver of a youth. Learn more about Family Support Training here.
In-Home Therapy (IHT): Provides short-term family therapy to assist the family in stabilizing children in their homes during times of crisis. Learn more about In-Home Therapy here.
Intensive Care Coordination: Utilizes the wraparound care planning process to coordinate multiple supports for youth and families. Learn more about Intensive Care Coordination here.
Mobile Crisis Intervention: Provides mobile response in the home, school, or other community settings for youth experiencing a behavioral health crisis. Learn more about Mobile Crisis Intervention here.
Outpatient Therapy: Offers a variety of short to long-term interventions for children, youth and their families. Learn more about Outpatient Therapy here.
Therapeutic Mentoring: Offers one-on-one support for daily living, social, and communication needs to youth. Learn more about Therapeutic Mentoring here.
Survivor Services: Provides services to individuals, families, and the community to promote recognition, understanding, and recovery from the impact of traumatic victimization. Learn more about Survivor Services here.