Home Based Services


In the Enhanced Family Preservation Program, a CFP clinician provides counseling to address family system issues which may include conflict resolution, family communication, the development of parenting skills, behavioral counseling and supports, and educational/ vocational advocacy. If a youth is in an out-of-home placement, the Family Preservation Clinician will provide assistance to the youth and family during the reunification process.


The Outreach and Tracking Program is a client-focused program in which a CFP outreach worker provides school and curfew tracking, case management, and advocacy services for youth and their families. Youth between the ages of 11 and 21 are accepted into these programs.


Multisystemic Therapy (MST)® is an intensive community and family-based treatment that addresses the complex, interconnected social systems that contribute to serious antisocial behavior in youth between the ages of 12-17. This network of systems includes family and extra familial groups such as peers, school associations, and neighborhood or community members. A cycle of MST® services runs from three to five months. A MST® therapist is available to the youth and family 24 hours per day, seven days per week.