Provide home studies for domestic and international adoptions as well as post-adoptive services.
Provides an on-call Crisis Intervention Specialist for police departments to help with family conflicts that have escalated to the point an intervention is necessary. The primary goal is to keep the family intact with safety measures in place.
Provides outpatient treatment to adolescents and adults with drug and/or alcohol problems / addictions by Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselors (CADCs). Length and intensity of treatment varies and is tailored to the individual's needs. Group sessions are available and assist with understanding and accountability. It is an expectation of ASAP that ...
Individual, couples and family sessions are available at both Keokuk and Burlington offices. Serving children and adults (play therapy is not available). Funded through your insurance, including Medicaid, HawkI and most private insurances. Sliding fee scale, made possible through area United Way, is also available.
Helps people come to terms with stress and conflict in their family and daily lives.
Provides treatment services for at-risk adolescents and their families which require a structured treatment environment and a school program for disruptive and aggressive students.
Provides intensive in-home or in-community skill building services for youth who have a mental health diagnosis. Services delivered include communication, anger management, conflict resolution, problem solving, coping and social skill development.
Individualizes treatment programming for each youth (11-17) and family based on their specific treatment needs.
Provides specialized, short term intervention to help referred students control their behaviors while they continue to receive academic instruction. The goal of the program is to help students learn to manage their behaviors and make healthy decisions so that they can successfully return to the classroom.
Offers in-home counseling and skill development to families with children ages 6-17 who reside in the Quad-County Area in southeast Iowa. The child can have no involvement with DHS or JCS. Services last up to six months and include a family team meeting at which time the family plan is developed.
Medicaid program for families with a child or children who have emotional or behavioral health issues. Services include a team comprised of a nurse, care coordinator and family support specialist who work with the family to address the child's health and mental health care needs.
The workshop discusses major contributors to a person’s behavior and provides information about the long-term consequences of trauma on individuals and community.
Achieving Maximum Potential (AMP) is for youth who are in foster care or adoptive placement, Iowa After Care Services program is for youth, ages 18-23, who have aged out of the foster care system.