Youth Outreach Services provide services such as:
- Comprehensive Clinical Assessments and Recommendations with Strength and Needs Assessment provided in the community.
- Intensive In-Home Community Services by Licensed or Masters prepared Therapists.
- Intensive In-Home Community Services by a Bachelors prepared Counselors
- Behavioral Assistance under the supervision of a Licensed Therapist
- Stabilization Services for youth involved with Mobile Response.
- Life Skills Coaching for Aging out Youth.
- Court Companions Mentoring Program.
Intensive Outpatient Program for those youth who need a bit more structure in dealing with their chemical issues, we have organized an outpatient program to deal with their particular needs of young people on drugs. In group, there is a lot of interactive involvement, feedback and discussion using the latest current information. In a therapeutic/drug education group process, we cover the topics of family system, denial, relapse prevention, the addictive personality and behavior, and the effects of alcohol and drugs on the body.
Children Residential Rainbow of Hope is a Psychiatric Community Residence for Youth licensed by the Department of Children and Families. Rainbow of Hope serves clients, both male and female, from ages 11 – 17, who have serious mental illnesses and have been determined to need comprehensive residential care to ameliorate symptoms and behaviors associated with their diagnosis. Collaboration within the child’s support system, including family, DYFS, CMO, and YCM members, addresses other social and environmental which influence the child’s well being and ultimate goal of being discharged from residential care into other appropriate settings or with family. Referrals are generated from the CMO, YCM, and in-patient hospitals. Rainbow of Hope provides a strength-based, goal oriented approach to helping youth meet their needs.
The School Based Youth Services Program at the Cape May County Technical High School is sponsored by the Department of Children and Families to help young people navigate the adolescent years and graduate healthy and drug free. Services include: after-school activities, recreational trips, individual, group, and family counseling, referrals to primary and preventative health services, substance abuse counseling, life skills groups, support groups, mediation and conflict resolution, advocacy, employment services, individualized goal setting, and other identified needs. Please visit our website for more information: www.capemaytech.com/sbys/
The School Based Youth Services Program at the Lower Cape May Regional High School provides a wide variety of activities and services to youth who live in the area served by the LCMR School District. These activities/services are available to students only with written consent. Some of the activities and services available include: Art Club , Surf Club, Ski/Snowboard Trips, Self-Esteem Building, Kayak & Canoe Trips, Fishing Club, Guitar Club & Music Activities, Skateboard and Biking Activities, Field Trips, Marine Science Activities, Youth and Family Advocacy, Parenting Education, Grief and Support Counseling Services, Conflict Resolution & Mediation, Wellness Awareness & Education, , Medical & Health Department Service Referrals, Dental & Vision Referrals, Smoking Cessation, Life Skills/Career Development Activities and Substance Abuse Counseling, Awareness & Education. http://lcmrschool.org/hs/sbys/HOME.html
The Traumatic Loss Coalitions for Youth Program (TLC) is an interactive, statewide network that offers collaboration and support to professionals working with school-age youth. The dual mission of the TLC is excellence in suicide prevention and trauma response assistance to schools following unfortunate losses due to suicide, homicide, accident and illness. This is accomplished through county, regional and statewide conferences, training, consultation, onsite traumatic loss response, and technical assistance. If anyone is interested in joining TLC, or if a school is looking for TLC assistance please contact CCS.