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Treatment Foster Care

We specialize in Treatment Foster Care, making us better equipped to provide families the significant emotional and behavioral health supports they may need.

Treatment foster care, also known as therapeutic foster care, is a specialized form of foster care designed to provide a higher level of support and structure for children and youth who require specialized care due to their emotional, behavioral, or medical needs. It aims to create a nurturing and therapeutic environment where children can heal, grow, and thrive despite the challenges they may face.

Our Case Managers are involved every step of the way, including treatment planning, monitoring of the care plan, and linkages to community resources. They work with medical providers, mental health providers, school staff, Department of Social Services, Department of Juvenile Justice, Court Systems, and insurance providers to ensure appropriate coverage to receive identified services.

Key Aspects of Treatment Foster Care

Specialized training

Specialized Training

Treatment foster parents undergo specialized training to learn how to effectively support children with complex needs. 

Individualized care plan

Individualized Care Plan

Children in treatment foster care typically have individualized care plans developed in collaboration with therapists, social workers, and other professionals.

Therapeutic support

Therapeutic Support

Treatment foster care programs often provide access to therapeutic services such as counseling, psychiatry, and other mental health interventions.

24/7 support

24/7 Support

Treatment foster parents receive ongoing support from case managers, social workers, and other professionals who are available 24/7 to provide guidance, crisis intervention, and resources as needed.​

Transition planning

Transition Planning

Depending on the child's circumstances, treatment foster care may be a temporary placement aimed at stabilizing the child and preparing them for reunification with their biological family, adoption, or transition to independent living.

Girl giggling with foster mom

Once a child is placed in kinship care, the family will likely need extra support, supervision, and education.

Providing supervision between non-custodial parents and their children to ensure safety and pro-social interaction during visitation. 

For parents who want to help their children cope with the difficulties associated with separation, divorce, and family conflict.

One-on-one training and mentoring focused on those areas of parenting most relevant to the child’s issues.

Additional Services

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