The campus currently provides a variety of holistic services to a diverse group of children ranging from ages 6-17 in fifteen home settings. We utilize a house parent model in the residential group setting. The residents and house parents share meals together which are prepared in the home, and are enjoyed in a family-style setting. A qualified dietician prepares the meal plans and the house parents pick up the groceries from our commissary, which is located on campus. The campus programs within residential care include: admissions, education, recreation, clinical services, and health services. Two of the fifteen homes provide emergency crisis intervention/stabilization and specialized therapeutic group care services, one home provides a Teen Mother/Baby Program, and one home provides Specialized Treatment for Boys (STFB) Program.
The decision to seek residential placement for a child is often difficult and challenging. The Admissions Department strives to serve children and families by providing information, assessments and referrals to other providers when appropriate. Our goal is to insure that your child’s needs are met in the least restrictive environment.
The Children's Home does not discriminate. This includes discrimination based on disability, e.g., hearing and vision impairment, or language barriers.
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