Ultimately, everything we do is designed to serve at-risk families and children; adoptive/foster parent play a crucial role in this task. They are a catalyst in our mission and a valuable part of the treatment team. We treat our families like the true agents of change they are and provide them with the tools and support necessary to make a difference.
Each family is taken through the nationally recognized PRIDE mutual assessment process for up to 30 hours of clinical, behavioral and psychological training. This powerful training program enables parents to properly manage children's behavior. Many parents say this training has become invaluable in every aspect of their own lives and relationships.
Parents have 'round-the-clock' access to our highly qualified treatment team. We are available to counsel you on daily issues in working with the children and we can be called into action for more serious issues. Our support team is always a phone call away and eager to serve you.
We believe that great responsibility comes with authority and Passage of Youth strives diligently to be a good steward of resources. Therefore, we ensure every family is reimburse the cost of everyday care for children placed in their home. We also offer compensation for childcare to encourage caregivers to take respite.
As just one of the professional support services we provide, counseling services are available for the child and his/her family. Moreover, we provide these services to families who may desire a professional to listen and counsel with them.
In addition to the per diem reimbursement, foster parents are free from worrying about healthcare services and medications. Children are covered by healthcare through Department of Health and Human Services, Star Health Network.
And my God will meet all your needs according to his glorious riches in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:19