Community Treatment Solutions
CTS specializes in working with youth who are at risk for out-of-community placement. These youth have had multiple failures in other settings or may be ready to be reintegrated into the community from residential programs. Our work with this population is strengths-based and provides multi-disciplinary and multidimensional individualized interventions for youth who present with complex issues. CTS is an expert in implementing state-of-the-art and flexible interventions that involve traditional and nontraditional resources and stakeholders in the youth’s welfare.
- Community-Based Group Homes are home-like settings for youth, where services are based on a trauma-informed approach to assessment, treatment, and the environment.
- Specialty Services Community-based group homes that are an alternative to residential treatment for youth who exhibit intense and complex behaviors.
- Special Teens Achieving Real Success (STARS) – A community-based alternative for developmentally-delayed youth who are also experiencing mental health disorders.
- Intensive Clinical Services (ICS) is a family-based approach for DCP&P (Division of Child Protection and Permanency) involved youth who live either in their own home or in a CTS therapeutic home.
- Better Access to a Safe Environment (BASE) – Intended to restore dignity, decrease risk, and increase the well-being and self-worth of children being exploited by human trafficking.
- Transitional Assisted Independent Living (TRAIL) supports youth who are aging out of the child protective system by helping them transition to independence.
- Therapeutic Supervised Visitation (TSV) provides therapeutic supervised and progressive visitation between birth parents and their children with the goal of family reunification.
- Goldston Family Services gives families new tools, mentoring, and support, which enable parents to improve their coping and parenting skills.
- Functional Family Therapy (FFT) is a U.S. Surgeon General-recommended program for delinquent and at-risk youth. Treatment is short-term and involves family members.
Employment / Training
Family & Support Services
Behavioral / Mental Health
Crisis / Safety
Intellectual and Developmental Needs
Last Updated: 11/08/22