Providing prevention and intervention services by working with parents who may have cognitive or mental health barriers and families that may be in crisis. Instruction takes place in the family’s home as well as in their community. Services are individualized and designed to recognize and build on a family’s strengths such as:
Facilitating or providing direct service support through a team approach. The development of treatment goals and recovery plans assist individuals with mental illness, substance use disorder, or dual diagnosis with reaching their highest level of functioning, stability and independence.
A goal oriented program that matches at-risk youth with an adult who serves as a positive role model by providing support, guidance and opportunities during challenging situations that occur in the youth’s home, school or personal life.
Building and maintaining the strengths of individuals with diverse abilities through a combination of enjoyable group and personalized activities, both on-site and in the community. Focus areas include:
Supporting, encouraging, and teaching people with diverse abilities to become and remain as independent as possible within their home and community. Services include:
Providing seniors and those with physical needs dignified, respectful and compassionate non-medical assistance staying as independent as possible in order to continue living in their own home. Individualized services include:
Assisting Supplemental Security Income recipients with managing their monthly benefits.
Supporting individuals by providing professional staff to assist with meeting goals and achieving success within all services.