HHYS

 

Group Homes

Transitional Living Program

Emergency Shelter

Diagnostic Screening

Sex Offender Assessment

A.D.A.P.T.

A.R.T.

Intensive Supervision
High Impact Program

Moving On

L.E.A.P.

N.Y.P.U.M.

S.T.A.N.D.

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COMPONENTS:

1) Youth receive acceptance, accountability, a structured environment, individual and group counseling, and appropriate reinforcements all within community-style living.

2) An initial Individual Service Plan (ISP) is developed in conjunction with the client, parents, caseworker/probation officer, and any other involved party.

3) Youth are assigned a primary youthworker to address daily living
goals, to reinforce, completion of therapeutic treatment areas
identified on the ISP, to meet behavioral / structural goals,
relationship develop, and independent living skills.

4) Available adjunct services include:----

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Program ADAPT
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BARJ (Individual and Group)
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Aggression Replacement Training
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Substance Abuse and PTSD
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Cognitive Behavior approaches to:
  - decision making
  - peer relationships
  - family
  - attitudes / orientation and personality / behavior
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Job Readiness
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Transitional Services (refer to PROGRAMS: Transition Services)

UnitOne 

UNIT ONE: Male group home for clients between the ages of 14 and 19 who have lower cognitive levels of functioning (usually between 55 to 81). Youth may have needs for specialized treatment through the Program ADAPT. Youth may also have mental health needs that do not rise to the level of psychosis. Unit One is an 8-client unit with increased staff ratio.

Unit 2

UNIT TWO: Male group home for dependent/delinquent youth between the ages of 14 to 19. Often these are youth who have failed within the foster care system, have needs unable to be met through the foster system, or are in need of Program ADAPT services. They may be youth exiting an Residential Treatment Facility or drug and alcohol facility and are still in need of services, such as independent living services and can advance to the Transitional Living Apartments. Other issues may include: truancy, minor drug and alcohol, incorrigibility in the home, school failure, theft, and other issues that do not rise to the level of being a significant danger to themselves or others in the community. Unit Two includes 8 private rooms.

Unit 3 

Intensive Supervision/High Impact Program and Shelter:
--------UNIT 3 houses both our H.I.P. Program and our Emergency Shelter.
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SC house

SOUTH CAMPUS: Group home for delinquent/dependent females ages 14 to 19. Often these are youth who have failed within the foster care system or who have needs unable to be met through the foster system. They may be youth exiting an Residential Treatment Facility or Drug & Alcohol facility and are still in need of services or youth in need of independent living services who can advance to the Transitional Living Program. Other issues may include: truancy, minor drug and alcohol, incorrigibility in the home, school failure, theft, victim issues, and other issues that do not rise to the level of being a significant danger to themselves or others in the community.

 

 

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