Intensive in Home Services

The AES Intensive In-Home Services Program is designed to provide extensive guidance and support to children and adolescents who are at risk of removal from the home due to mental, social, emotional and/or behavioral problems.

Intensive In-Home services are provided and monitored by experienced clinicians available to the client 24 hours a day 7 days a week.This is a therapeutic intervention program with a concentrated focus on individual needs of the client and family.

    Intensive In-Home Services consist of:

  • Comprehensive Assessments
  • Individual Service Planning
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Individual and Family Counseling
  • Communication Skills Counseling
  • 24 Hour Emergency Response
  • Behavioral Management

There is an eligibility requirement for this program. Participant must exhibit specific difficulties on a continuing intermittent basis. In additional, at least on parent with whom the child is living must be willing to participate with Intensive In-Home Services, with the primary goal of keeping the child with the family.

Therapeutic Day Services

(In-School, After School, Summer, and Out of School Youth)

The AES Therapeutic Day Program is designed to help children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral challenges develop and maintain positive attitudes and age appropriate behavior. Each participant receives and individualized service plan tailored to meet his or her needs by combining psychotherapeutic interventions and educational and mental health treatment. The program combines a highly structured behavioral curriculum with recreational activities that foster self-esteem, teaches positive decision making skills and nurtures family support and cooperation. In addition each participant receives group and individual therapy as well as recreational and educational therapy.

The concentrated goal o this program includes, but not limited to, retaining youth in the community while empowering the family. Through understanding, we embrace differences and encourage success.

There is an eligibility criteria for this program. A minimum IQ of 65 is required. Referred youth must exhibit specific difficulties and maintain certain requirements on a containing intermittent basis.