Provides innovative, relationship-based services to assist youth and their families in developing and maintaining stability.
Interventions are based on the needs of the individual youth and their family, and may involve one-on-one youth coaching, parental support, community-based respite, and grandparent mentoring services and are designed to help children successfully remain at home in their local community.
Helps grand-families raising grandchildren or non-biological children through ongoing case management and supportive services, parenting classes, and support groups.
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Must have a referral from SummitStone Health Partners or DHS.
Youth ages 5-18 years old, who are at high risk of disrupting their homes or community or diagnosed with SPMI (Severe and Persistent Mental Illness).