An interdisciplinary program dedicated to optimizing the growth and development of foster/adoptive children from birth to age 21, and their families.
Pre-placement education; multidisciplinary child assessment; mental and infant mental health services, support groups; pediatric and educational consultation; speech/language and occupational therapy; mentoring; in-home behavioral services.
Who We Serve
Children and young people in foster care, kinship care, or adopted through foster care — and their families.
Mission and Goals
To optimize the development of foster children and their resource families by providing a range of culturally-responsive, trauma- and resiliency-informed multidisciplinary services, high-quality training, and developing research to help understand the consequences of multiple risk factors and the healing power of intervention and family support.