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If you are ready to access services, please download entry forms by clicking here:

NEW CLIENT ENTRY FORMS

MENTOR REQUEST FORM

CLASS REFERRAL FORM

THERAPY:  Individual, Family and Group Therapy / Groups / Classes to teach independent living skills, drug / alcohol education, communication skills, conflict resolution, parenting, self-care, development of job skills.

CASE MANAGEMENT:  Providing needed resource information to families/caregivers to assist them in developing a strong support network. Provide referrals where services are already available. Assist families in making meaningful contacts with service providers in the community.

TRANSPORTATION:  Bus Tickets, Shuttle Services, Gas Vouchers to attend therapy/discharge planning, groups, classes or job skill training.

COMMUNICATION SUPPORT:  Phone cards, phone hook-ups, or items that make communication by phone possible such as a network extender enabling a family to be able to call from home.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE:  When families are held back from regaining guardianship of their child due to a financial need i.e. getting the lights turned on (CPS requirement).

DIAGNOSTIC SERVICES:  Court recommended testing when other funds are not available. Psychiatric assessments / medication evaluations when therapeutically indicated. Drug testing kits to encourage sobriety and give parents practical tools and reliable information.

TRAINED MENTORS:  To provide emotional encouragement and support when a teen/child has no natural family support. Trained mentors can choose a regular on-going commitment or be available (in a pool) to provide emergency back up, transportation to an event recommended by the family therapist, probation officer or caseworker.

PREVENTIVE MEASURES:  When a child in treatment has a sibling who is in danger of being removed from home due to drug/alcohol, legal issues or truancy...the sibling could join a class, support group or prevention group (ages 9-11).