Child and Adolescent Program (CAP)

Supporting youth who have faced or witnessed traumatic experiences.

CAP provides clinical support to children and teens aged 3-18 who have faced or witnessed domestic, sexual, and community violence, disasters, traumatic grief, medical trauma, and refugee trauma. CAP provides families with therapeutic interventions that foster healthy parent-child bonds through individual, group, and parent-child counseling, along with culturally specific parenting workshops. These services create resilient adult/child relationships and mitigate Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in children. Families are given tools to disrupt and end intergenerational cycles of violence.

Services include:

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT): the program offers TF-CBT counseling to children and teens, survivors of trauma. Our counseling services are designed using a culturally affirming lens and tailored to each family’s needs.

  • Supportive Case Management for Families: Tailored assistance to address the unique needs of each family navigating challenging circumstances.

  • Annual Summer Support Group for Children: A dedicated space where children come together to enhance socio-emotional skills, providing a supportive environment during the summer months.

  • Parenting Journey Support Group: Specifically designed for parents and survivors of domestic and sexual violence, offering a collective space for sharing experiences, learning, and healing.

If calling is inconvenient, please leave us your information and the best time to contact you, and we will reach out as soon as possible. Our hours of operation are 9 AM-11 PM, Monday through Friday. If this is an emergency, call 911.
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