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Therapeutic Case Management/Intensive Wraparound Services

Packaged services to address diverse needs of youth

Aggression Replacement Training
Seven Challenges (Drug and Alcohol)
Sanctuary (family model, trauma-informed care, group and individual curriculum)
Community Linkages to include education community service career exploration employment readiness

Placement Diversion/Early Intervention

Functional Family Therapy
Seven Challenges Drug and Alcohol
Sanctuary Family Model (trauma-informed care, individual/multifamily curriculum)

Substance Abuse Treatment

Seven Challenges Drug and Alcohol

Family Reunification/Reintegration

Sanctuary Family Model (individual/multifamily trauma-informed care)
Functional Family Therapy

Diversion/Reentry/Mental Health Services

FFT Sanctuary

  • New model for urban and rural areas, can be used in a collaborative geographical area with numerous counties/departments
  • The integration of both models, developed in partnership with FFT, Sanctuary, and VisionQuest

Services

Sanctuary Family Model:

VisonQuest is nationally recognized as a Sanctuary certified program/company.

The Sanctuary® Model is a blueprint for change which, at its core, promotes safety and recovery from adversity through the active creation of a trauma-informed community.  A recognition that trauma is pervasive in the experience of human beings forms the basis for the Sanctuary Model’s focus not only on the people who seek services, but equally on the people and systems who provide those services.

The Sanctuary Model has been effective with children and adults across a range of human service organizations, including residential treatment centers, public and private schools, domestic violence and homeless shelters, community based programs, foster care programs and drug and alcohol treatment centers.

The Sanctuary model is comprised of three primary components:

1. A philosophy for creating safe environments through community adherence to Seven Commitments
2. The trauma-informed problem solving framework represented by the acronym S.E.L.F which stands for the four categories Safety Emotion Loss and Future
3. A set of practical tools known as the Sanctuary Toolkit

Seven Challenges:

The Seven Challenges® Program is designed specifically for adolescents with drug problems, to motivate a decision and commitment to change – and to support success in implementing the desired changes. The Program simultaneously helps young people address their drug problems as well as their co-occurring life skill deficits, situational problems, and psychological problems.

The challenges provide a framework for helping youth think through their own decisions about their lives and their use of alcohol and other drugs. Counselors using The Seven Challenges Program teach youth to identify and work on the issues most relevant to them. In sessions, as youth discuss the issues that matter most, counselors seamlessly integrate the Challenges as part of the conversation.

The Seven Challenges is listed as an evidence-based program in the SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices.

Functional Family Therapy:

A short-term family therapy intervention and juvenile diversion program helping at-risk children and delinquent youth to overcome adolescent behavior problems, conduct disorder, substance abuse and delinquency. Therapists work with families to assess family behaviors that maintain delinquent behavior, modify dysfunctional family communication, train family members to negotiate effectively, set clear rules about privileges and responsibilities, and generalize changes to community contexts and relationships.

Aggression Replacement Training:

Aggression Replacement Training® is a cognitive behavioral intervention program to help children and adolescents improve social skill competence and moral reasoning, better manage anger, and reduce aggressive behavior. The program specifically targets chronically aggressive children and adolescents ages 12-17 and is divided into three components—social skills training, anger-control training, and training in moral reasoning.

FFT Sanctuary Collaborative Model:

FFT Sanctuary Model is an innovative integration of the best two programs that brings family based and comprehensive treatment that is trauma informed and evidence based to help with complex problems of youth with serious behavioral problems. The Sanctuary approach provides practical and understandable way of responding to the impacts of trauma in a multi-family group setting that provides support for understanding and exploration. Functional Family Therapy, evidence based treatment program, aims to systematically move those ideas into everyday life by helping empower families to overcome current and future problems in an alliance based way. Together the systematic integration of these two models brings comprehensive, practical, and realistic way of helping families successfully overcome the important impacts of trauma. Treatment is guided by a family therapist who leads youth and families through the program by developing family based treatment plans. The entire model is supported by a comprehensive measurement feedback system that brings constant real time family and youth progress, impact feedback accountability and into an online tracking system.