The Center for Children and Families
Founded in 2008, The Center for Children and Families is a human services nonprofit focused on temporary housing. It is a relatively small organization, with $2.8m in revenue and 89 employees.
Children & families mental health clinic offers behavioral health services that include counseling, psychotherapy, family engagement services, neuropsychological evaluations, therapeutic and psycho-educational groups for children, adolescents, family, couples an adults as well as cae management and supports. Family treatment matters provides an intensive out-patient, gender specific chemical dependency treatment program that engages mothers and their extended family and children in the recovery process and serves families in which children have been abused/neglected or are at significant risk of abuse/neglect due to parent substance addition. Treatment modality includes specific recover, support, as well as educational and developmental services for children. Family matters program provides re-entry support and relationship building services to women and their families who are incarcerated either in the prison or pre-release centers.
Youth matters program provides resources and support for foster and adoptice families, children and youth, including specifically, youth who are in foster until age 18, enduring they receive assistance to make a successful transition to self-sufficiency, activities include support groups, attachment activities, skill training and an array of behavioral and mental health services available to foster and adoptive families, youth and children to preserve families and ensure the well-being of children and youth.
Family housing matters program provides sober supportive housing, services, and service referrals from women (and their children) in recovery from substance addiction. Women are housed in a supportive environment that enables reunification with or prevention of removal of their dependent children while mother engages in treatment and recovery. Women and children receive comprehensive assessments and connections to services that strengthen partners, children and families - working toward self-sufficiency.