Children’s Services is available to children younger than 18 years (up to 22 years in certain circumstances) who have behavioral, emotional and social problems that disrupt community, school and family relationships. Therapy can be conducted in the office or at home if the home condition is suitable for therapy. The program provides an array of services which includes, but is not limited to, improving family and peer relationships, community engagement, incorporate knowledge and training for employment and/or vocational education and self-advocacy skills.
The purpose of the program is to provide therapy in a supportive environment where children can develop and practice the social, emotional and behavioral skills needed to succeed in school, home and the community. Affinity services is provided on a one-to-one as well as on group or family basis with a provider spending time with individual children, youth and/or family, helping them to reach their treatment goals. The primary focus of this service is to provide medically necessary behavioral improvement, maintenance and support to the child during the recovery process.