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Overview of Our Services
- Service coordination for children birth through age 2 with diagnosed disabilities or suspected developmental delays
- Social work services also available
- Home based counseling for families with children diagnosed with or at risk for developing non-organic Failure to Thrive.
- 49 youth served in 2016, coming from all over the world, without parents/family and fleeing war, persecution, abuse, neglect, gang violence, trafficking
- Specialized training and support for people interested in becoming foster parents for this unique population
This program offers support to non-parent caregivers who are currently parenting and providing care for a child that is not their own.
- Home based counseling for families with children birth to age 18 who are at risk of foster care placement, at risk of re-entering foster care or are in foster care and needing to be reunified with family
- Counseling, advocacy, and referrals for parents, pregnant women & teens who are facing an unplanned pregnancy
- Intensive 10 to 12 week home based counseling for families where a child(ren) up to age 18 has disclosed sex abuse or is displaying concerning, sexualized behaviors
- Assesses physical/emotional safety of child(ren), psychosocial assessment, treatment recommendations and link to ongoing services as identified
- Charter Member of Bivona Child Advocacy Center partnership.
Public Comment Opportunity
The Council on Accreditation (COA), a national accrediting entity designated by the US Department of State to provide Hague Accreditation and Approval, invites the public to provide comment on intercountry adoption service providers seeking Hague Accreditation, Approval or Renewal. You are invited to provide comments through COA's website at: