Intensive In-Home Counseling, Therapeutic Day Treatment, and Mentoring Services
This service is an intermediate level of intervention between counseling and mentoring. Youth will participate in community activities and have supportive counseling.
This service provides one to one support and role-modeling to foster positive change. Recreational activities and education on community resources strengthen the supportive counseling and family involvement.
This service is facilitated by a counselor with subject content decided by the group members. Content will focus on the member's common goals and objectives. Communication, past negative behaviors, decision making, consequences of illegal activities, peer pressure and substance abuse are just a few areas of discussion.
This service provides tools for effective parent/child communication, accountability, conflict resolution, enabling, parental supervision, involvement, and responsibility. Group members will be expected to challenge and confront each other in a safe environment with the goal of gaining perspective on effective parenting.
This service provides 1 to 1 support to parents in their home to help them learn concepts of appropriate boundaries, limit setting, logical consequences and basic home and child management
This service provides 1 to 1 support in school or other academic setting to assist the student in maintaining positive behavior, through prompts, and redirection with minimal classroom disruption.
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICAL ASSISTANCE SERVICES (DMAS); COMPREHENSIVE SERVICES ACT; PRIVATE FAMILY PAYMENTS AND OTHER RESOURCES.
THE COST OF ALL SERVICES ARE INCLUDED IN PURCHASE OF SERVICE ORDERS OR SERVICE AGREEMENTS.