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Children & Family Services

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Assistive Technology Library
Toys and equipment are available free of charge from the Assistive Technology Library for families with children age birth to three. All equipment is designed to assist with children's development.
Behavioral Aid Program
The Behavioral Aid Program serves children and youth from birth to age 21. An aid provides services to support children to learn adaptive behaviors so they can remain at home with their families.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS)
BHRS provides enhanced mental health services based on the needs and strengths of children and adolescents and their families. These home- and community-based services assist children to improve their communication and social skills, regulate their emotions and improve their classroom behavior.
Birth to Three
This early intervention program provides direct services and supports to children who have a significant delay and their families. Provided in the child's home or community, Birth to Three supports children to develop at a pace similar to their peers.
Comprehensive Autism Evaluations
Using our Comprehensive Autism Evaluations, children may receive a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder. If a child does have a diagnosis of autism, they and their family can receive guidance for available services and prompt access to services and treatment approaches.
Early Head Start Program
Early Head Start provides full year/full day programming for children ages birth to three and women who are pregnant. Services are provided at various centers or in the child's home. Early Head Start promotes healthy prenatal outcomes, enhances the development of infants and toddlers, and promotes healthy family functioning.
Early Intervention Evaluations
Available for infants and children ages birth to three, Early Intervention Evaluations assist families to identify services and supports that will best support their children's and the family's needs.
Early Intervention Services
Early Intervention Services is designed to support children with autism, physical and intellectual disabilities, and developmental and behavioral challenges. Early Intervention Services include behavioral intervention, special instruction, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech and language therapy.
Family Based Mental Health Services
Family Based Mental Health Services provide support for families with children who have serious emotional or behavioral concerns that may place the children at risk for out-of-home placement. To support families to stay together, our professionals develop a support plan based on the child's and family's strengths.
Family Preservation and Reunification Services
Family Preservation and Reunification Services are designed to strengthen and reunify families in their own homes. Family Preservation supports families in crisis to remain together, and Family Reunification reunite children who have been living outside of their homes with their families.
Head Start Program
The Head Start program provides preschool, childcare and home-based programs for children ages 3-5. Designed to give children a head start in life, all programs promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children by providing educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and families. They engage parents in their children's learning and help them make progress toward their educational, literacy and employment goals. Significant emphasis is placed on the involvement of parents in the administration of local Head Start programs.
High Fidelity Wraparound
Focusing on youth and family strengths, culture and choice, High Fidelity Wraparound coordinates care to meet families' needs, based on the idea that families already have many of the resources they need to be successful. This is not a separate service; instead, it works with any services an individual or family already receives.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for Children
The Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program for Children provides children ages 4-18 with opportunities to actively participate in the community. Each child works with a support professional to address behaviors using positive approaches.
Psychological Evaluation Services
Psychological Evaluation Services include psychological evaluations and reevaluations to determine the medical necessity of formal services.
Service Dogs
Service dogs assist men, women and children to be more independent in their daily lives. Susquehanna Service Dogs specially trains each dog for each person's unique needs. Dogs can open doors, turn lights on and off, find the phone, search for a person, retrieve a variety of items and much more.
Student Assistance Program
Through the Student Assistance Program, students receive support to succeed in school. Designed to assist students experiencing behavior or academic challenges, the Student Assistance Program provides mental health consultation and support through school and community resources.
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