There are certain benefits and risks associated with participation in all Community Based Programs of Children’s Hope Alliance. Our role is to know what to expect and walk with you the entire way.
Customized identification of strengths and weaknesses
Individualized Person Centered Planning
Links for client and families to additional needed community services/resources
Services available in multiple office locations, including schools, where applicable
Highly-trained staff offer expertise in behavioral services
Team approach and dedication of staff and agency help client and families achieve goals
Frequent communication with parents and/or legally responsible person(s)
Use of evidenced-based and evidence-informed models of care
Accessibility to other resources and services provided by CHA
Sometimes symptoms get worse before they get “better”
If the client is not making progress or continuing to engage in serious risky behaviors, a recommendation may be made for a higher level of care, including residential placement
Children’s Hope Alliance staff have a legal Duty to Warn others of stated or implied imminent threats of harm. Staff are also mandated reporters of suspected neglect and abuse and will report suspicions to the Department of Social Services.