Crisis Hotline

1 (800) 633-5686

The program is open Monday – Friday and includes an array of treatment options including:

Clinic Appointments – 1 to 2 hour treatment sessions with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, two times per week and typically last 3 to 5 months

In-home and Community Consultations

School Consultations (Services in the school are contracted through the school district)

After School Programs – After the student is assessed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, the student may attend this program from 3pm to 5pm Monday thru Friday. Activities include teaching job tasks, peer interaction, social skills, starting home work and snack. Students who attend schools within an 8-10 mile radius are eligible for pick up.

Social Skills Group – Teenage children and adults are eligible for this group. Overseen by Board Certified Behavior Analysts, the participants are encouraged to interact with their peers. The group will participate in a group activity such as playing a game or they may go on a community outing to practice interacting with others such as paying for food at a restaurant.

Behavior Supports Program – A Board Certified Behavior Analyst will provide a comprehensive behavioral assessment of the client and develop an individualized treatment plan to reduce the problem behavior. This plan also includes parent participation and training to teach the parent the skills needed to be successful in the home and community.


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