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A Childs Haven Inc

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Causes: Ambulatory & Primary Health Care, Child Abuse Prevention, Crime & Law, Domestic Violence, Health

Mission: A child's haven (ach) treats children with developmental delays as a result of limited resources, abuse, or neglect, and provides support and education for both the child and their family. Each child receives therapeutic child care, individual therapy, weekly home visitation and parent support group. Ach is nationally accredited by carf and utilizes the parents as teachers' curricula. This year ach served 114 children, ages 5 months to 5 years and 228 parents/caregivers. The annual impact report for fye 2017 may be found at www. Achildshaven. Org.

Programs: Provides daily behavioral health interventions to children with developmental delays and support to their families. At the center, children under age 5 receive therapeutic child care treatment services. Transportation is provided. Parental support includes weekly home visitation, utilizing the parents as teachers evidenced based model and licensed master level clinicians. The goal of our program is for the child to be successful in typical preschool or public school program and for the parent to have learned protective skills enabling improved parenting. In addition to the common factor, of children with a developmental delay, our clientele are low-income, often families living below the poverty level, many have child welfare involvement. Beginning in the fiscal year ending june 30, 2017 , a child's haven created a "live well" kitchen. Meals are prepared in-house, enabling us to introduce healthy foods to children. Two healthy meals are provided each day. A child's haven received national accreditation (march 2016) through carf (commission on accreditation of rehabilitation facilities) for the following program - intensive family based services: family services (children and adolescents) through march 31, 2019. The organization served 115 children and their caregivers/families during the fiscal year ended june 30, 2016

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