STAD offers group-based interventions to children/youth aged 3-17 who struggle with social functioning. Group Leaders implement a curriculum that focuses on improving social functioning in the following areas: hygiene, emergency/community safety, healthy living, social skills building, and emotional regulation. STAD services can also provide increased social skills for teens preparing to live independently from their parents/guardians or aging out of the foster care system.
Respite Care provides supervision in a safe/secure environment for youth aged 3-17 diagnosed with Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED). Respite Care is a short-term/temporary service that provides relief to parents whose children engage in aggressive or unsafe behaviors while unsupervised. This service is provided by trained and certified staff. Respite Care can be provided in a one-to-one or in a group setting.