A licensed child placing agency, finding adoptive homes for both infants and special needs children.
Provides the life skills youth need to become self-sufficient and independent.
Helps individuals who have been in foster care move towards stability and self-sufficiency in six areas: education, employment, housing, health, life skills and relationships.
Provides nutrition and health education, social assessments, oral health, and developmental screening, for women and children.
A program designed for senior volunteers (55+) to help children and special needs children with pre-reading and reading skills, homework, play games or share stories.
Works with primary care providers who identify social/emotional or developmental concerns, family stressors, or caregiver depression during well child medical exams. If a condition is identified, the family is referred to a support specialist who provides care coordination. Specialists may provide referrals for developmental screening, mental healt...
Provides an emergency shelter for children who are placed due to a family or personal crisis.
Supplemental food program for pregnant women, women who have recently had a baby, infants, and children up the age of 5 years.
Provides primary and preventative health services.