Crisis Stabilization Programs

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Programs listed under this category include: crisis behavior stabilization services; services to victims of child abuse and neglect; services to child victims of sexual assault and domestic violence; emergency shelters; and emergency food needs for families and children.

Crisis Behavior Stabilization

Baker Act Youth Program

Baker Act Youth Program

Program provides Baker Act services to children who are in acute psychiatric distress and have been determined to be a threat to themselves or others. Program includes inpatient crisis stabilization, psychiatric treatment, medication stabilization, individual, group and family therapy, and discharge planning for follow-up care of clients who are assessed as requiring 24 hour care under the Baker Act until they are stabilized and can be treated in a less intensive setting. read on Baker Act Youth Program

Emergency Food Needs

Family & Baby Emergency Food Baskets

Family & Baby Emergency Food Baskets

Program meets emergency family and baby basket requests received from a referring agency with enough food to feed each family and/or baby a well balanced, nutritious and varied menu for the week. Diapers are provided for babies. read on Family & Baby Emergency Food Baskets

Emergency Shelters

Family Shelter

Family Shelter

Program provides a safe, temporary shelter to homeless women and their children. A Family Service Coordinator assists clients in developing and implementing plans and goals to prevent the recurrence of homelessness and ensure their safety and well-being. read on Family Shelter

Residential Shelter (Safe Place 2B)

Residential Shelter (Safe Place 2B)

Program provides a temporary shelter, crisis intervention, counseling and case management services to runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth. Along with food, shelter and other basic needs, the shelter offers youth a positive alternative to street life, an opportunity to resolve family problems and strengthen relationships, reconnect to school and build skills to enhance daily lives. read on Residential Shelter (Safe Place 2B)

Child Victims of Abuse or Neglect

Services to Children Abused by a Non-Caregiver (SCAN)

Services to Children Abused by a Non-Caregiver (SCAN)

Program provides specialized services including: case management, referral for specialized medical examination, forensic interviews, and legal testimony for child sexual abuse victims. read on Services to Children Abused by a Non-Caregiver (SCAN)

Emergency Foster Care Shelter and Group Homes Programs

Emergency Foster Care Shelter and Group Homes Programs

Program provides an emergency crisis intervention shelter to children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse, abandonment, and/or neglect. Program also provides three group homes: (1) co-ed home, (2) boys only and (3) for girls only. read on Emergency Foster Care Shelter and Group Homes Programs

Crisis Intervention Specialist (Foster Care Counselor)

Crisis Intervention Specialist (Foster Care Counselor)

Program provides individual crisis counseling services to children who are residents of the Emergency Foster Care Shelter and Group homes. These children are placed in out of home care due to abuse, abandonment or neglect. Group counseling is also provided. read on Crisis Intervention Specialist (Foster Care Counselor)

Child Victims of Domestic Violence

Children's Counseling Services (Domestic Violence)

Children's Counseling Services (Domestic Violence)

Program is designed to promote strength, safety and well-being for Manatee County children who have been affected by domestic violence, and to assist families with non-abusive methods of communication. Methods used include: individual and family counseling, parenting education, case management, advocacy, referrals, and staffing with a licensed clinical supervisor. read on Children's Counseling Services (Domestic Violence)

Child Victims of Sexual Assault

Sexual Abuse Treatment

Sexual Abuse Treatment

Program provides specialized community-based, family-centered treatment to victims of child sexual abuse and their family members. Counseling is done through group sessions, individual counseling and family counseling. read on Sexual Abuse Treatment

Rape Crisis Advocacy and Therapy

Rape Crisis Advocacy and Therapy

Provides on-call crisis counseling, education and support to victims of sexual assault. Through a 24-hour crisis call line, child victims have access to an advocate who arranges legal, medical, and behavioral health services throughout the recovery process. Advocate accompanies the victim to law enforcement interviews including line-ups, photopack review sessions, and controlled phone calls; to court related interviews including prefiling interviews, depositions, hearings, and trials; and assists in filing compensation claims and information referrals. read on Rape Crisis Advocacy and Therapy