Service Type: Community-based Services

Each of our family-oriented services provide evidence- and skill-based
interventions within the family’s home context and environment. Sessions are
designed to teach parents and youth the skills necessary to change unhealthy
behaviors that tend to occur across many domains of life as well as unhelpful
patterns in general family functioning. All CHA team members are dedicated
to child safety, child permanency, child well-being and adult well-being through
opportunities for assessment, diagnosis, therapy, service coordination and skill development around mental health issues.

Intensive In-Home

How Does It Work? At Children’s Hope Alliance, we want to make sure the children in our care have a safe and protective family environment. One way we can help… Read more »

STOP Specialized Treatment Team

How Does It Work? The STOP Program focuses on safety, self-regulation, and pro-social behaviors for youth who have been adjudicated for sexually harmful behaviors through the Juvenile Justice system. They… Read more »

Day Treatment in Schools

How Does It Work? The day treatment program serves students of Iredell Statesville Schools ages 5 to 18, with the goal of helping them manage their behaviors so that they… Read more »

Alternatives to Commitment

How Does It Work? In-home counselors work with court-involved children and teens (ages 10 to 17) referred to the Alternatives to Commitment program by juvenile court counselors. Our counselors work… Read more »