Components of the Children and Adolescent Services include individual, group, and family therapy, as well as psychosocial services, Home-Based Treatment, and Foster Care. All of these programs are designed to help children and their families resolve emotional conflicts, develop effective ways to interact, and experience positive relationships in a safe and caring environment.
The programs are staffed by master’s and bachelor’s level therapists, activity therapists, licensed nursing staff, as well as board-certified psychiatrists.
Specialized Children and Adolescent Services
APEX Project: The APEX Program is an intensive, behaviorally oriented, short-term, in-school treatment service that serves children and families experiencing significant behavioral, relational, and other mental health challenges and who may be at risk of psychiatric hospitalization or out-of-home placement. By helping parents and children develop healthier relationships and positive communication skills, our staff hopes to create nurturing family settings where all members can thrive.
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TREK Foster Care: TREK recruits, contracts with, and trains individuals to provide a nurturing environment for children who must be placed outside their natural homes. The parents receive appropriate training to provide a healing and nurturing environment in which the child can realize a more positive self-image, eliminate negative behaviors, and experience stability in the home setting.
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WIN Georgia: WIN Georgia is a program of Bridge Health, staff is dedicated, strengths-based, culturally aware individuals looking forward to assisting you and your family in achieving your goals, finding a new level of recovery, and engaging you in a unique and creative process to address your needs. Let us help you and your family become better connected and get back to enjoying life with each other.
We provide: Intensive Customized Care Coordination (IC3) is a High-Fidelity Wraparound intervention. It is made up of a team selected by the family/caregiver in which the family and team identify the goals and strategies to reach the goals. IC3 assists individuals in identifying and gaining access to vital services and supports, as well as medical, social, educational, developmental, and other services and supports, regardless of the funding source for the services to which access is sought. Intensive Customized Care Coordination encourages using community resources through referral to appropriate traditional and non-traditional providers, paid, unpaid, and natural supports. In addition, we partner with family support organizations and help connect parents/guardians to Certified Peer Specialist Parents and Youth (CPS-P/ CPS-Y).
For more information, please visit our website www.WINgeorgia.com