How To Make Referrals
Our FOR THE ONE direct services program exists to address survivors’ need for consistency, stability and security. We provide support services not only for the child but also the “family” she resides with. Family may be biological, foster, or a group home setting. Oversight for our programming for each survivor is provided by our Care Team, which includes Executive Director, Program Development Director, Program Director and the Case Managers. Constant communication between counselors, mentors, and other support team members ensures that collectively we are providing a support system that cultivates her success. Often we work closely with social workers, juvenile court counselors, or other agency representatives.
If you believe that you have a child who needs our services, please complete the Request for Services form.
An individualized plan is created by our Care Team and implemented. This will include addressing the 5 areas:
In addition, general needs are evaluated, including but not limited to: Safety, Court Advocacy/Legal, Etc.
Each girl receives weekly individual counseling by a trauma-informed counselor. When appropriate, family therapy support is provided so that reunification will be successful.
Our group sessions provide a community to survivors and a place to belong and be understood. Currently, we offer:
- Art Session
- Group Therapy
- Restoration Fitness
Intentional efforts are made to cultivate positive relational skills as well as accountability and consistency. We currently offer:
- Life Skills
- Legal Support
We assess the needs and work to provide an immediate and safe environment while assessments are completed to determine the best option of care for more long-term. This can include: temporary host home; trained foster family placement; referral to long-term residential home.
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Want to join in on the fight to combat sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking of teenage girls? We have a number of ways you can support our efforts.