Home Based Intervention: A variety of Services provided primarily in home of the client, which can include therapeutic services, concrete services, collateral services, and crisis intervention directed to meet the needs of the child and family.
Life Skills: Services provided primarily in the home that teach household management, effectively accessing community resources, parenting techniques, and family conflict management.
Day Treatment: Comprehensive, highly structured services that provide education to children and therapy to children and their families.
Sexual Abuse Treatment: Therapeutic intervention designed to address issues and behaviors related to sexual abuse victimization, sexual dysfunction, sexual abuse perpetration, and to prevent further sexual abuse and victimization.
Special Economic Assistance: Emergency financial assistant of not more that $400 per family per year in the form of cash and / or vendor payment to purchase concrete services.
Mental Health Services: Diagnostic and / or therapeutic services to assist in the development of the family services plan, to assess and / or improve family communication, functioning, and relationships.
Substance Abuse Treatment Services: Diagnostic and / or therapeutic services to assist in the development of the family service plan, to assess and / or improve family communication, function, and relationships, and to prevent further abuse of drugs or alcohol.