Treatment Foster Care Services serve children who have experienced significant trauma, abuse, neglect, or medical challenges. Each child’s needs are assessed to establish individualized programming and matching to a treatment foster home to meet their needs. All foster parents are trained in trauma-informed and strength-based parenting. Services include:
(1) Specialized Care: Treatment foster care and respite care for children and youth with complex medical and mental health conditions that might otherwise require institutional care.
(2) Respite Foster Care: Short-term care provided by families to relieve foster families caring for children with emotional, developmental, behavioral, or medical needs.
(3) Step Down from Residential Setting: Treatment foster care for youth returning to community after residential care stay.

Treatment parents facilitate healing trauma and enhance child’s wellbeing; Improve family wellbeing.