Childrens Behavioral Health Initiative Services
In-home Behavioral Services (IHBS) help children and youth ages 0-21 with specific challenging behaviors that get in the way of everyday life. It provides a Functional Behavior Analysis to develop specific behavior plans for children who haven't been helped by typical therapy. Services are provided by therapists skilled in understanding and treating problem behaviors.
In-home Therapy (IHT) provides intensive therapy for a child and family to treat the child's behavioral health needs and help the family support the child in the home.
For Those Involved With The Department of Children and Families (DCF)
The Family/Adolescent Assessment & Resilliency(FAAR) program is a unique integration of three distinct service types designed to provide comprehensive assessment, stabilization, intensive family intervention and support for at-risk youth and their families involved with the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The program is designed to reunify the family and avoid long-term out-of-home placement.
The Promoting Youth & Family Solutions (PYFS) program is designed as a family stabilization service within LUK's continuum of Support & Stabilization Services for children and families involved with the Department of Children and Families (DCF). The program is intended to assist families who are either struggling to keep one or more of their children safely at home and in their community, or are working toward the successful reunification of the family.
For Those Involved With The Department of Mental Health (DMH)
Family Systems Intervention (FSI) is a comprehensive, family-focused program model offering a continuum of supports and skill development for youth and families involved with the Department of Mental Health (DMH).