Mission: Provide behavioral health services for troubled youths and their families. To meet the therapeutic needs of children and youth in a safe and caring environment, through teamwork and dedication, whereby the youth can remain or return to their own home or community and successfully attend school and/or work.
Programs: Outpatient therapy - service needs and goals are identified through a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan developed by the youth, family and a licensed therapist. Services include individualized group and family therapy; these services are provided by licensed therapists. Community support services are provided by a community support worker and include coordination of care, coaching and advocacy. Behavior management services (bms) - services are provided one on one to assist children to learn behaviors that enable them to function in the schools and at home. Respite - a center where parents can place their children diagnosed as severely emotionally disturbed for a few hours a week.
treatment foster care and adoption services - treatment foster care consists of professionally trained parents that provide treatment in conjunction with a treatment coordinator and therapist for troubled youth in their homes. The adoption service provides home studies for cyfd for placement of children by cyfd.
transitional living - designed for those who need skills for living independently. Housing is provided with a group setting with twenty-four hour staff onsite. Services are specifically designed to coach and monitor skills regarding employment, money management, self and home care, and school success through general education development (ged), vocational and college coursework.
residential treatment and respite care - residential treatment provides twenty-four hour care to youth with one or more mental health diagnoses and includes individual, group and family therapy to address specific issues such as substance abuse, physical and emotional abuse.