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What is Foster Care?

Foster care is a temporary living arrangement for abused, neglected, and dependent children between the ages of birth to 21 who need a safe place to live when their parents or another relative cannot take care of them. Often their families face issues such as illness, alcohol or drug addiction, or homelessness. When the County Department of Social Services (DSS) believes a child is not safe, and a judge agrees, DSS takes custody of that child and finds a foster home for him or her. Length of stay in foster care varies from a few days or longer. Foster families are recruited, trained, and licensed to care for abused and neglected children temporarily, while their parents work with social work professionals to resolve their family issues. Relatives may be licensed as foster parents. The foster family, child placing agency, and the birth family work together to return children to their own homes as quickly as possible. In cases where the child becomes free for adoption, foster parents may be considered as adoptive parents.

Therapeutic Care

Individualized and intensive supervision and structure of daily living designed to minimize the occurrence of behaviors related to functional deficits to ensure safety during the presentation of out-of-control behaviors or to maintain an optimum level of functioning.

Specific and individualized psycho-educational and therapeutic interventions including;

1. development or maintenance of daily living skills;

2. anger management;

3. social skills;

4. family living skills;

5. communication skills;

6. stress management;

7. relationship support; or

8. comparable activity; and

9. intensive crisis or near crisis management including de-escalation interventions and occasional physical restraints.

Direct and active intervention in assisting children (3-21) in the process of being involved in and maintaining in naturally occurring community support systems and supporting the development of personal resources (assets, protective factors, etc).

Outpatient Therapy

Outpatient behavioral health services include assessment, treatment, (individual and group therapy, behavioral health counseling), and family therapy for recipients of all ages. These services are intended to determine a beneficiary’s treatment needs, and to provide the necessary treatment. Services focus on reducing psychiatric and behavioral symptoms in order to improve the beneficiary’s functioning in familial, social, educational, or occupational life domains.

*All new appointments must have a completed physician referral

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Insurances Accepted

  • Medicaid
  • Tricare
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield of NC

Evidence Based Models of Treatment

  • Cognitive Processing Treatment (CPT-C)
  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Treatment Focuses

  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Goal Setting
  • Substance Abuse/Dependency
  • Family Therapy
  • Marital Counseling
  • Child and Teen Behavioral Problems
  • Sex Offender Treatment
  • Victims of Sexual/Physical Abuse
  • Transitional Problems

Transportation (Non-Emergency Medical Transportation)

Non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT) is a type of medical transportation that provides access to medical care for those who are unable to drive themselves to the doctor’s office or other medical appointments. We provide NEMT services include transportation to and from medical appointments, medical facilities, or medical supply stores. Our NEMT services provide a safe and reliable way to ensure that those who need medical care can get it. NEMT services also provide a more cost-effective way for those who need medical care to access it, as compared to ambulances and other emergency transportation services. Contact us today below to request how to get this service started.

In School Therapy

In School Therapy Services provides comprehensive therapy services to students in their school setting. Our team of experienced therapists work closely with school staff, students, and families to address a wide range of mental health and behavioral issues in Cumberland County Schools to include the districts of (Jack Britt, Pine Forest, Douglas Byrd, and Seventy-First). We provide individual, group, and family counseling, as well as therapeutic interventions to help students succeed in the classroom. Our services are tailored to each individual student’s unique needs, and we strive to provide an environment of support and understanding. We also provide educational trainings and workshops to school staff and families to ensure that the necessary skills are learned for successful student outcomes. Contact us below to find out how to get your child registered.

Parent Coaching/Training

Parent Coaching and Training is a form of life coaching that focuses on providing support and guidance to parents and guardians. We have trained coaches who provides a safe, non-judgmental space for parents to explore their parenting challenges, discuss strategies to effectively manage difficult situations, and learn new ways to build strong and healthy relationships with their children. Our coaches also help parents gain greater understanding of their children’s needs and behaviors, enabling them to provide more effective guidance and support. Parent Coaching and Training is a great way to gain clarity on the challenges faced by parents and learn new techniques to become a more effective parent.

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