This program aims to address the needs of young people in crisis with higher level of need for stabilization and significant behavioral and emotional difficulties. This requires meeting for 2 hours or more a week. We help develop the skills that they need to improve functioning at home, build their natural support system and improve relationships through an array of intensive services.
This program aims to help children and adolescents address social, emotional and behavioral challenges and conflicts through various interventions and treatments. Services may be conducted at the clinic, home or school.
This program aims to provide services to children and youth of Asian, South and Southeast Asian, and Middle Eastern descent. Services provided are strength-based, client-centered, and focused on each client’s whole health.
The Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT) Program provides services for youth ages 13 through 21, who meet entrance criteria.
The program provides assessments, individual, group, and family counseling, and aftercare services. Our services combine psycho-education and counseling. This approach empowers youth and their families and gives them tools toward healthier living.
The Adolescent Drug and Alcohol Prevention & Treatment (ADAPT) Program is served by experienced staff, including licensed clinicians, with various bicultural and bilingual backgrounds
AACI’s Katie A program provides intensive community and home-based mental health services to children in foster care or at risk of entering foster care. The program focuses on holistic and comprehensive service expansion to meet the needs of children, youth, and their families ages 0-21. The program is committed to strengthening the collaboration between child welfare agencies and mental health services using the Integrated Core Practice Model (ICPM). AACI’s Katie A team is trained to provide services to clients with a trauma-informed and strength-based approach. This approach empowers children and their families, giving them resources to create a life worth living.
Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) are supplemental services to specialty mental health services. TBS is designed to support behaviors in the home. These services are intensive, short-term, and provided in the home. The TBS coach is trained to work with youth 1:1 to help teach coping skills to support mood regulation, anger management, and de-escalation. TBS includes the family so that they can support the youth beyond the TBS sessions.