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This short term, goal oriented approach is designed to address the child and family’s identified needs/risk factors, due to emotional, behavioral, interpersonal and social concerns - focusing on improving their functional skills and stability.

Prevent Out-of-Home Placement

We provide intensive, interdisciplinary counseling and service coordination services for at-risk children, adolescents and their families to prevent out-of-home placement.

Promote Family Reunification

We work to improve coping skills; develop higher levels of psychosocial functioning for the child/family; and promote effective and successful readjustment to home/community.

Facilitate Child’s Transition into the Community

An assessment of the child/family issues is conducted by a licensed mental health professional who provides treatment recommendations.


Our comprehensive home-based approach includes working with the individual issues of the child and the parents, working with the family issues and with the environmental issues impacting the family (i.e. school, employment, housing, health care, extended family, neighborhood).


A team of counselors provide Individual, Family or Group Counseling. Our counselors are trained, experienced cross-cultural mental health professionals.

Treatment Components

  • A comprehensive assessment;
  • Individualized treatment plan;
  • Crisis stabilization;
  • Skill building by utilizing evidence based treatment approaches;
  • A collaboration and coordination with other service providers; (incorporating the Wrap-A-Round approach).


Presenting Problems


Presenting problems include but are not limited to:

  • Child Abuse and Neglect (victim and offender issues);
  • Domestic Violence;
  • Sexual Problem Behaviors;
  • Sexual Exploitation;
  • Parent/Child Attachment Issues;
  • Mood Dysregulation;
  • Conduct Disorder;
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD);
  • Mental Health and/or;
  • Substance Abuse Issues.


Home-Based Service

Service components may vary depending on funding source.  For additional information please contact our office at (703)354-0000.