Therapeutic Child Care

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    Taxonomy Code: PH-1250.8500

    Programs that provide individually-focused substitute parental care for abused, neglected and at-risk children within an inclusive child care setting. Specialized services for children in the program may include medical supervision, health screenings, individual health plans, developmental screenings for speech, gross and fine motor skills as well as services related to their social-emotional status. Child and family therapy and parenting classes may also be available.

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    LINK PROGRAM/HOME BASED CRISIS INTERVENTIONLINK is an intensive, short-term crisis intervention program that provides assistance to families in crisis by helping to stabilize their family life and facilitating linkages to therapeutic resources in the community for ongoing support. The program uses a psycho educational approach that includes cognitive, behavioral, and client-centered approaches. Promotes and encourages improved family and individual functioning by teaching families necessary skills to remain together and prevent psychiatric hospitalization for children and adolescents in Suffolk County. Referrals are accepted primarily through Suffolk's Children's Mobile Crisis Team and Stony Brook University Hospital CPEP (Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program). LINK can also be accessed from all Suffolk County Emergency Rooms and through WellLife Network directly and Suffolk County Mental Health Clinics.SuffolkLINK PROGRAM/HOME BASED CRISIS INTERVENTIONWELLLIFE NETWORK
    SETAUKET COMMUNITY RESIDENCEProvides a therapeutic residential environment for adolescents with serious emotional disturbance. This is an out-of-home placement providing 24/7 supervision to assist in stabilizing and maintaining their symptoms and behaviors. Teaches residents skills of emotion management and self-care that will allow adolescents to return to their families. Skills taught include, but are not limited to, medication management,behavior management, counseling services, health services, socialization, family support services, daily living skills, and independent living skills. referral required from SPOA. Spanish speaking assistance available. Please call for additional information.SuffolkSETAUKET COMMUNITY RESIDENCEWELLLIFE NETWORK

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