“Our in-home team has been like glue for us, but glue that is soft and loving and optimistic and joyful. They have been a steady source of comfort and guidance when we needed it so much.” – In-Home Parent
In Home Treatment
Our in-home program provides family-based, trauma-informed therapeutic services to families with an identified youth between the ages of 2 and 12 with various behavioral, emotional, and mental health needs. We focus largely on supporting your family unit as a whole and determining how we can help create changes in the environment that will support the health and happiness of both the children and the adults living in your home. We focus heavily on regulation, safety, and coping tool development for everyone in your home to strengthen the inner workings of your family. We also provide you with education and in-the-moment coaching to develop your ability over time to implement different interventions and strategies when we are not in your home. Our team also helps you to develop structure and routine in the home, strengthens family communication, initiates safety planning and connects families with other support resources in the community.
Our in-home program comes to you, so that we can provide therapy and coaching in your real life environment to support real life change for your family and longer lasting change following services. We partner with you to develop goals for services that prioritize your concerns while respecting your family’s specific values and needs. You are the expert on your child and your family. Our role is to provide comprehensive and collaborative support to promote your family’s overall wellbeing. Because therapy is an active process, we ask that all family members are actively involved, honest, open, and committed to the process.
The flexibility of our program allows us the ability to work with your child and family in a variety of settings and methods depending on your specific needs. While most of our sessions are held in the home, we also conduct sessions in the community as needed to support your child’s specific goals, such as building social interaction skills or building increased tolerance for transitions. We also have non-traditional hours and hold most of our sessions after school to provide support for your family during your regular routine at the times your child is usually home. Because we are a family-based program we also provide services in a variety of methods to address your family’s specific goals, including individual time with your child, time focused on supporting sibling or full family interaction, and individualized time with you as a caregiver/caregivers. This allows us to provide your family with multiple levels of support.
Our program also teams cases, so you will likely have two team members working with you to provide you with more comprehensive care. Our therapists and behavior coaches are certified in the Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics and Therapeutic Crisis Intervention to provide specialized care to meet your child’s and family’s individual needs.
Our program serves families in the Denver Metro area within 25 driving miles of our campus. Our sessions are 2 to 3 hours long and families are typically seen twice a week, once by each team member for a total of 4 to 6 hours of services per week. However, additional hours may be added temporarily during crises and challenging times. 24/7 crisis support is also offered through our crisis phone line. We see families for an average of 8 months, but our length of service is determined by the needs and goals of each individual family. The goals of the in-home program are to prevent out-of-home placements and/or support children who are transitioning from foster care or residential treatment.
If you would like more information about our in-home therapy program, contact leave a message on our intake line at 303-318-1758.