Pathways serves youth and families with the goal of preventing child abuse/neglect and recidivism back into foster care. The program also services youth who have either been adjudicated a Person In Need of Supervision (PINS) or Juvenile Delinquent, or are non-adjudicated youth who have been determined to be at "imminent risk" of being placed outside their home.
of families avoided the need for out-of-home placement in 2018
Home Run is a school-based prevention program designed to avert out-of-home placements of at-risk children due to school related issues and difficulties with family functioning.
of parents showed increased
involvement in their child’s school
Family Connections is a short-term, intensive, home and community-based family preservation program designed to avert out-of-home placements of children at imminent risk due to juvenile delinquency, status offenses, child abuse or child neglect.
of families avoided further involvement with CPS
Stepping Stones is an alternative-to-detention program, offering intensive crisis intervention, with the goal of reducing the county’s need to place youth in detention. There is a Raise the Age variation of this program which targets the needs of older adolescent populations.
f youth involved in the program avoided placement in 2018
Functional Family Therapy
Evidence-based, FFT is a strength and systematic family focused model, working with at-risk adolescents and their families. This is a comprehensive method of treating individuals with severe clinical needs
of youth avoided placement
Turnabout is a jr/sr. high school-based truancy prevention program designed to avert out of home placements of children at-risk due to poor school attendance.