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Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: Coordinated youth and human services, inc. Provides programs, facilities and trained personnel who can promote and conduct programs and services to meet the ever changing human needs of youth, their families and others.

Programs: Education: coordinating compulsory academic and comprehensive wellness outcomes, this educational and therapeutic day treatment program serves youth grades k-12. Unique individualized education plans are developed in tandem with the student, family members, and referral sources. Steeped in a 45 year tradition of successful networking partnerships, individual and family counseling, medication adherence, and transition planning highlight this program's features. Touted by referral sources as ranking 1 in the metropolitan area in terms of lowest cost and highest level of services, this comprehensive planning team boasts a commitment to provide a safe, therapeutic climate that fosters academic and vocational success, wherein each student's ultimate potential is realized.

family case management: embracing a strangths based model, this continuum of services connects mothers and their newborns with appropriate community resources and a supportive environment that optimizes healthy child growth and development and encourages resilient, healthy families. Comprehensive case management services encompass well baby visits, developmental screenings and community resource connections for pregnant and new mothers and their children up to age five. This capacity building service instills a sense of independence and self-sustainability among mothers, fathers, and extended family members.

wic: striving to safeguard the health of economically suppressed pregnant women, infants, and children up to age five, this service area encompasses health assessments, nutritional education, and breastfeeding support. Partnerships with local grocers, farmers markets and other businesses accept the nutritional food instruments provided through wic at well baby clinic visits. Complimenting these services, a local farmer is on-site weekly to sell homegrown fruits and vegetables, thus promoting healthy lifestyles. Highlighting this well baby program, the breastfeeding peer support program is well acclaimed statewide for the nurturing and innovative strategies implemented to promote this best practice for healthier babies.

hiv/aids: boasting a thirty year tradition in hiv/aids service arena, this comprehensive continuum of services stands tall in the face of adersity. A pioneer in the field since 1986, this program remains ommitted to its original mission to prevent the spread of hiv/aids and to respond to the needs of people affected by hiv while recognizing and respecting the dignity and privacy of all individuals. Prevention, outreach, confidential testing, and case management encompass this comprehensive program delivery. Extensive service partnerships in this program have evolved to empower clients with a sense of promise for a productive and fulfilling life.

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