Mission: To provide opportunities to children, youths, families and other individuals to be more responsible for their own lives and to strengthen their relationships with others.
Programs: Community services are provided in 11 mid-michigan counties. These "counseling" services provide assistance to children and families in homes, schools and communities and primarily occur in the client's homes. They address a wide range of issues from parenting skills, behavioral health, domestic violence, 0-3 clients, adolescent behavioral issues, etc. These services are typically contractual programs through dhs, dch, local mental health authorities, school districts and courts.
institutional program provides care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and serves youth whose behavior has become so disruptive and anti-social that they require this level of structure to begin making needed behavioral changes. This program focuses on boys age 12-17 from all counties in lower michigan.
21st century is an afterschool program that provides services for children. The program reinforces academics in grades k-8 while providing engaging and enriching activities.