Mission: Our little haven's primary purpose is to assess, treat and heal theyoungest victims of child abuse and neglect. Our little haven's treatment provides a community based, early intervention model, which includes a suite of programs designed to help those young children suffering from the trauma of abuse and neglect. Our little haven is relentlessly committed to providing a safe, secure and healing environment for children suffering from the tragedy of abuse and neglect. Our dedicated and compassionate community of caregivers makes the hurting stop, the healing begin and the love last, one child at a time.
Programs: See schedule othe keystone program's objective is to improve the mental health and well-being of clients who traditionally have limited access to mental health care. A collection of services is offered including: outpatient assessment & treatment: our little haven offers outpatient counseling and psychological services to the general public through the keystone program. Licensed psychologists and counselors provide assessment (all ages) and treatment (ages infant-12, adults and families) at the agency offices or in some cases in the client's home. Psychiatric consultation may be scheduled as needed following intake with clinicians. Problems addressed include: depression, anxieties and fears; school problems including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or learning disorders; behavioral problems such as temper tantrums, defiance or rule-breaking; reactions to family problems, life changes or loss of loved ones; difficulties following traumatic events and concerns about a child's development. Assessment services include psychological evaluations, mental health assessments, early mental health screenings/developmental screenings, parenting assessments and bonding assessments. Outpatient services take place at the keystone services building. 496 clients served in fiscal 2015.
see schedule ofoster care case management: provides services for children andfamilies involved in the foster care system due to abuse and/orneglect. The children served range in age between newborn to 21years of age. Case managers assist families in the goal ofreunification, but if that is not possible, they work to secure asafe, loving, and permanent home for foster children. Our littlehaven's foster care case management staff and other st. Louispartners assess the needs of children and families, arrange andprovide appropriate services and move children into permanencywithin a specified period of time. Moving children into permanencymeans placing children in a permanent home/family situation assoon as possible. This could involve a return to the biologicalfamily, a relative placement or an adoptive home. Staff workdirectly with the children and families in the community with anetwork of referral/support agencies and the court to coordinateplans of care that meet the outcome criteria of this contract. 104children served in fiscal 2015.
our little academy provides therapeutic treatment in a preschool setting for children ages 3 - 6 who cannot participate in a traditional preschool/day care due to behavioral or emotional problems. Small class size and low child to therapist ratio provides needed support for children and their families. Services offered include: individual therapy with play therapy techniques; group therapy; social skills development; educational development. 15 children served in fiscal 2015.