OUR IMPACT 

We believe safe children and healthy families create strong communities.

Individuals in our care have typically experienced significant trauma that can affect their mental, physical and behavioral health with long-term and life-altering consequences. If children and families do not receive the help and support they need, they are more at risk of dropping out of school, developing health conditions and repeating cycles of abuse or neglect. But we know brighter futures are possible.

We are committed to providing safety and health through prevention, treatment and support services to more 10,000 children and families. Last year, we continued to provide services for:

Education

We educate children through our therapeutic school-based services.
  • 275 students received education in therapeutic school programs.
  • 15 seniors graduated from our high schools, all with employment or higher education lined up. 

Mental & Behavioral Health

We help children and families heal with our targeted health and well-being services.
  • 2,375 children and families received mental and behavioral healthcare.
  • 245 youth received 24/7 intensive residential treatment.
  • 2,253 individuals received outpatient counseling.

Foster Care & Adoption

We unite families through our foster care and adoption services
  • 384 children in foster care received case management services.
  • 1,701 foster, respite and kinship homes were found.

Youth Support

We nurture growth and recovery through our youth.
  • 339 youth received specialized support.
  • 218 young adults received housing and learned life skills in our transitional living program.

Family Support

We empower families with the skills and resources they need to be successful.
  • 256 families received prevention and intervention services.
  • 124 families received intensive in-home services to keep children from being removed from their home.

Community Trainings

We enlighten individuals with the knowledge and skills to expand their awareness of community issues.
  • 2,980 community members received trainings.
  • 640 individuals received training to provide foster, adoption, respite or kinship care. 
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