Our Family Services
Family Solutions provides a continuum of children’s mental health services from early intervention to intensive residential treatment. Our overall philosophy is based on the value of preserving individual and family integrity by helping children and families build on their innate strengths. We empower participants by guiding them through the process of identifying and implementing solutions to their problems. Family Solutions strives to meet the special needs of children and youths in the least restrictive setting possible.
Family Solutions can provide more intensive treatment services to families that are in need of additional skills training provided in the home or community. These services may be in addition to the child being enrolled in our other programs. Family Solutions provides in-home crisis counseling, protective parenting and other direct care services to families through the Strengthening, Preserving and Reunifying Families (SPRF) Program. This program is a contracted collaboration with DHS, and select allied treatment providers.
Psychiatric Day Treatment
Psychiatric Day Treatment is an intensive five-day-per-week program for children with severe emotional and behavioral issues. With sites in Ashland and Grants Pass, the program offers individual, group, and family therapy; case management; consultation with other agencies; regular and special education services; individual and group skills building; and recreational and craft activities in a therapeutic setting. Family Solutions Day Treatment provides an alternative to residential care, allowing the child to remain at home during intensive treatment.
The Proctor Care Program provides individualized community-based treatment for children and youths with severe emotional and behavioral issues (ages 5 to 17). Children and foster parents are carefully matched, one to two children per home. Children receive individual, group, and family therapy; skills training; mentoring; case management; and other individualized services. Family Solutions offers respite care for these foster parents. This is an alternative to residential care, allowing the child to remain in a home environment in a community setting.
In partnership with Options for Southern Oregon, Family Solutions provides a nurturing and home-like respite environment for eligible youth. This unique Crisis Respite home has been developed to help youth avoid an unnecessary and costly trip to the hospital through evidence-based, quality care within the community.
Community-Based Residential Treatment
The Community-Based Residential Treatment Program is designed for adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral issues and currently consists of a residential program. Services at the Cascade House residential program include individual and group skills training; mentoring; regular and special education; case management; individual, group, and/or family therapy; and recreational and craft activities in a therapeutic setting. The program serves youths ages 11 to 17.
Several school districts contract with Family Solutions to provide on-site counseling and case management to at-risk students and their families. Our counselors work as part of the educational team in participating schools. Through School-Based Counseling we strive to meet the special needs of children and youth in our care in the least-restrictive setting possible.
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Do you love working with youth? Do you wish your job was also a service to your community? Are you looking to make a difference in the community? Help us, help kids in need by becoming a member of our team!
Become a Foster+ Family
A safe home has never meant so much, yours could change a child's life. By fostering through a Family Solutions or becoming a Relief Parent, your home can be a safe place for a child who needs you now more than ever.
Sponsor a Child For only $25/month you can sponsor extracurricular activities for the summer and after school for a child in need!
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We are able to make this important work possible through the generous support of our community, nonprofit partners, and individuals who feel called to support the mental health needs of children and families. Help us help children in Southern Oregon.