By nurturing trust and connections between the most important people in a child’s life, our therapists aim to minimize trauma, stabilize placements, and facilitate healthy transitions for children living in foster care or in-home dependencies. We advocate for best practice around caregiver-parent relationships, visitation, and transitions, and provide ongoing support to help lessen the stress that children and families can experience during this time. While we do not advocate for a particular permanency plan, we do support reunification whenever possible and encourage connections between caregivers and parents.
Our programs offer specialized Infant Mental Health supports for children ages 0-3 and expanded services for children ages 3-5, with skilled providers trained to address the unique social and emotional needs of children living in either out-of-home placements or in-home dependencies and their families. We know that every child has a unique story and experience, and we provide individualized, trauma-informed support to help meet the emotional needs of the children accessing our services.