Mission: The kinship house provides a unique blend of essential child welfare and mental health services to children and families during all stages of foster care and adoption.
Programs: The kinship house provides mental health counseling for individual children and their foster and adoptive families, in order to help increase the chances of children settling into a stable, healthy and permanent home. The program services range from mental health and child welfare assessments, including sibling, parent-child, parenting permanency and needs assessments, to medication evaluation and management, and adoption transition planning and supportive services.
This organization works with CPS and is not non bias if there is a case anything that you say or done in their View will be used against you as they smile in your face a lot of them have just graduated and or devoid of enough Life Experiences to be a valuable resource in the field of psychology.
Kinship House provided excellent mental health counseling to our two foster children, whom we did end up adopting. We had been to other agencies, but they didn't really understand attachment problems. Kinship House also understands that much of the counseling is needed by the parents to help THEM meet the special needs of their children day to day. Their support helped us hang in there. They continue to be willing to provide us needed support on an occasional basis.