Family Builders provides…



ITFC (Intensive Treatment Foster Care)

These services target minors and NMD who have had multiple placement failures and extensive mental health treatment. Most minors and NMD receiving these services are either transitioning from a group home placement or are in imminent risk of a group home placement. The goal is to stabilize the minor or NMD and reduce the amount of supportive services required. The number of hours required is determined based on levels of behavior.


AB12 (non minor dependents)

Minors who reach the age of 18 (known as NMD), often have continual need for a safe and supportive home. A NMD will be matched with a certified or resource parent that can provide the young adult with a safe and supportive environment to pursue education and necessary work skills to enhance opportunities for their successful futures.


WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan)

The WRAP process is an intensive individualized care management process for individuals with serious or complex needs. WRAP was developed to maintain youth with the most serious emotional and behavioral problems in their home and community. A team of individuals who are relevant to the well-being of the client (family members, other natural supports, service providers, and agency representatives) collaboratively develop and individualized plan of care, implement this plan, and evaluate success over time. It’s designed to be culturally competent, strengths based, and organized around family member’s own perceptions of needs, goals, and likelihood of success in specific strategies.


TBS (Therapeutic Behavioral Services)

TBS is available for eligible minors or NMD who need short term behavioral support in addition to other mental health services they are receiving. The goal is to help individuals avoid being placed in a higher level of care, such as a residential treatment facility, or to help them make a successful move to a lower level of care, such as returning home after residential    treatment. TBS is a short-term program that focuses on changing an individual’s behavior while emphasizing their strengths. TBS works in collaboration with the individual, care givers, and primary mental health provider to address one to three behaviors that jeopardize the individual’s ability to remain in the current home.

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