Connects you with a care coordinator who will work with you to address your child’s mental and physical health needs.
A specialized residential treatment program for delinquent adolescents. All residents are adjudicated delinquent or are adjudicated CINA (child in need of assistance) in response to serious anti-social behavior.
Designed especially for children between the ages of 5 through 16 who have serious emotional and behavioral problems.
FaDSS is a free and voluntary home visitation program that partners with families to set goals that lead to self sufficiency. FaDSS works with low income families, at or below 175% of federal poverty level based on family size or receiving cash assistance (FIP). FaDSS is a family based program, working with the whole family and offering activities ...
Parents are supported by parent educators who suggest ways they can effectively teach and nurture their children. The program provides two home visits a month, group meetings, screenings and connections to community resources. This is a FUN and FREE resource for families!
Provides screenings to reassure parents when their child is developing on target and identify problems early to assist with appropriate interventions- health, hearing, vision, lead, immunizations and dental are also monitored, and connections to community resources.
Offer office-based individual and family therapy. Also offers in-home or office-based Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS.) BHIS providers teach children how to manage their feelings, communicate their needs and wants, get along with others, and make healthy, safe decisions. BHIS includes both individual and family work.
Offers out of school programs at two locations, Jane Boyd Community House and Johnson STEAM Academy. Programming serves youth ages 5-11, providing a safe supportive environment with activities focused on academic and recreational enrichments.
Self sufficiency advocates work with foster care alumni ages 18 – 21 to move toward stability and self-sufficiency in six key areas: education, employment, housing, health, life skills, and relationships.
Serves 20 males 12-18 years of age. Each youth receives an individualized assessment and service plan from a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts to help youth develop higher levels of personal accountability, congestive self-control, and personal coping skills.
Counseling services for young men 11-17 years of age with a variety of needs. Youth may enter the program where planning may indicate the need for long-term structured, group care; or youth may utilize program as a step-down from more structured programming.
Provides emergency and temporary care and supervision to runaway, homeless, delinquent and transitional adolescents. Referred youth may be victims of abuse, neglect, exploitation, violence, emotional abuse or behaviorally disorders. Length of stay is intended to be no longer than 30 days.
A female/male facility serving 12 adolescents, ages 12-18 years of age. Each youth receives an individualized assessment and service plan from a Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts to help youth develop higher levels of personal accountability, congestive self-control, and personal coping skills.
A residential program designed for adolescent males ages 12-18 years of age who have sexual behavior problems. Components of the treatment service include family, individual, and group therapy.
Volunteers are needed to work at special events, program sites and to work with the children served by Four Oaks and it's affiliate Affordable Housing Network, Inc.
Provides emergency and temporary care, as well as supervision, to runaway, homeless, and transitional children ages 13 through 18.
PHASE programming incorporates state-of-the-art, evidence-based interventions for juvenile offenders. Participating youth are allowed to stay connected to their community, schools, and families, and graduate from PHASE with reduced risk to reoffend.