Summer Programs

Services

Day/Evening Reporting

We collaborate with local schools, probation, parent placements, and other youth agencies to provide support services for the youth and their families.

We provide one meal per reporting service and transportation to and from the center. 

We help achieve the goals set forth by the public school system or probation.

We provide evidence-based programming to help the youth achieve his/her goals. The staff ratio will be three youth to one employee.

Family Support

We meet service expectations for family support by working with the family and youth on specific goals set by probation or the Juvenile Assessment Center. This service will take place in the family home or place of comfort for the family and youth. Hours of service will be set by the Judge or The Juvenile Assessment Center. The family support worker will visit weekly with the probation officer to determine the exact need for service. We attend all family team meetings and probation meetings for the youth. 

Family support services will meet the family where they are, and work with them to collaborate resources with other agencies the youth and family may need to meet the goals set forth by probation or the Juvenile Assessment Center. 

Case Managed Tutoring

We meet service expectations by determining what classes the youth is struggling in or failing. Our staff will collaborate with the school system that the youth is in to meet the youth's needs. This is a school, Juvenile Assessment Center, probation or parent placed service. 

Intensive Family Preservation

We meet service expectations by working with a mental health therapist and skill builder in a team approach with all/any families we serve. The skill builder will be directed by the mental health therapist, so they can implement with the family and youth to achieve the goals. IFP will be held in the families/youth's home or place of comfort. This is an on-call 24/7 service. 

Group Therapy 

Trauma Therapy

Ages: 13-18

Offered twice per week.

Trauma-focused group for youth who have experienced physical, sexual, or emotional trauma.

Substance Use Therapy

Ages: 13-18

Offered multiple times throughout the week. 

Focuses on relapse prevention, harm reduction, and substance use education. 

Processing Therapy

Ages: 13-18

Offered multiple times per week for youth placed in Valley Youth Connections, LLC during the school day.  

Behavioral Therapy

Ages: 13-18

Offered twice per week.

Behavioral group will address youth with behavioral and impulse-related issues through the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy.