Our Services

 

  • Provide family, marital, group and individual therapy with clients.

  • Services are time-limited and focused on limited objectives derived directly from the DCS case plan.

  • Provide crisis intervention for client families and be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for crisis intervention.

  • Services are provided in the family’s home.

Home-Based Therapy

Home-Based Casework Management

ADULTS:

  • Provide any of the following services: advocacy, case planning, family assessment, problem solving, linking with community resources, child care solutions, employment options, interpersonal relationships, resource management, identification of support systems, child development education, teaching of parenting skills, resolution of school problems, teaching communication skills, identification of recreation options.

CHILDREN / TEENS:

  • Provide any of the following services: advocacy, employment options, identify of support systems, resolution of school problems, teach communication skills, identify of recreation options, school assistance, community referrals and follow-up, teach basic life skills, assist with transportation arrangement, Video Life Books.

 

 

  • Assist the family by advocating, teaching, demonstrating, monitoring and/or role modeling new, appropriate skills for coping in the following areas: time management; child care; child development; health care; community resources; transportation; employment; education; resource management; safety; nutrition; housekeeping; parenting skills; housing.

Homemaker / Parent Aid

Visitation Facilitation

  • Available at 3 services levels: Visit Facilitation, Home-Based Family Centered Casework – Supervised Visitation or Therapeutic Supervised Visitation.
  • Ensure a safe physical and emotional environment for child(ren) during visits with family members; intervene, when necessary or appropriate, to protect the welfare of the child(ren)
  • Provide appropriate interventions during visitation, e.g., parent education, child discipline training, therapeutic recreation etc.
  • Provide structure during a supervised visit (i.e., time, place, etc.)
  • Provide therapeutic intervention to families and be available 24 hours a days, 7 days a week for crisis intervention.
  • Intensive services through a single-family clinician for an approximate 6 months of service.
  • Provide physical support through home-based case management services when appropriate
  • Small caseloads (4-6 families).
  • Multiple multi-hour sessions (minimum of 2) per week including at least one family session minimum.
  • Family treated as the identified client rather than individuals.
  • Family engaged in experiential, participatory interventions and enactments to enhance and practice changes.
  • Goals relate to systemic and structural family change rather than just compliance to court orders.

Family Centered Treatment (FCT)

Homebuilders Services

  • Provide crisis intervention for client families and be available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for crisis intervention.
  • Small caseloads (1-2 families).
  • Intensive interventions (average of 10 hours per week).
  • Usually short-term services (4 weeks).
  • Goal oriented.
  • Focused on teaching skills.
  • Provide any of the following services: advocacy, case planning, family assessment, problem. solving, linking with community resources, child care solutions, employment options, interpersonal relationships, resource management, identification of support systems, child development education, teaching of parenting skills, resolution of school problems, teaching communication skills, identification of recreation options.

 

  • The Day Treatment program operates within the Day Reporting program; youth in Day Treatment still participate in community outings and life skills education, but Day Treatment youth are provided with 6 hours of cognitive based instruction to encourage youth acquiring new skills to support appropriate behavior. The Day Reporting-Treatment program utilizes M.R.T. curriculum (Moral Reconation and Training). Additionally, The Day Treatment program also encourages family involvement and support by providing a weekly parenting support group which is held on Thursdays from 6-7.

Day Reporting / Treatment Programs