Home Based Counseling

Home-Based Therapy is made available for families or individuals who have a difficult time accessing therapy, or who would benefit from having the therapist come to them.

Home-based therapists recognize that, due to illness, transportation problems, disability, finances, childcare issues, level of crisis, or a wide range of other reasons, it can be challenging to get to a therapy office for an appointment. With this in mind, some therapists offer home-based therapy as a solution, not unlike the way many rural doctors to this day still make house calls.

Functional Family Therapy

A program that serves adolescents between the ages of 11 and 18 and their families to help in the reduction of negative behavior and improving the quality of families lives.


Intimate Partner Violence

This program provides child-centered services for families impacted by family violence.


Intensive Family Preservation

This program provides prevention of unnecessary out of home placements of children involved with the Department of Children and Families.


Intensive In-Home Child & Adolescent Psychiatric

A program for children and adolescents with serious emotional disorders and support for their family’s experiences.


Multidimensional Family Therapy

An intensive home based program servicing families in their communities.



A model of home-based early childhood intervention which works to decrease the incidence of serious emotional disturbance


Reunification-Therapeutic Family Time

Reunification and Therapeutic Family Time services are offered to families who will be reuniting with their children.