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Youth & Family Support Program

Philosophy of Program

Provide services that support youth in functioning at the level of their peers in order to succeed in school and stay in their families.

What Services are Provided?

  • Counseling: Individual, Group, Family

  • Skills Training: Individual, Group, Family
       Works: Summer, Winter, Spring
       In Home Support

  • Case Management
       Individualized Treatment planning
       (based on assessments and needs)

  • Case Management
       Individualized Treatment planning
       (based on assessments and needs)

  • School based coordination
       Psychiatric assessment & Medication Mgmt
       (based on assessments )

Types of Skills Training

  • Friendship Skills

  • Conflict Resolution

  • Problem solving

  • Organization

  • How to Maintain & Keep focus

  • Managing aggressive behavior

  • Expressing Emotions in a Safe Way

  • Dealing with Teasing or Being Left Out

  • Building Self Esteem

Therapeutic Foster Homes

Voluntary placement of youth in therapeutic foster homes to support a healthy and nurturing environment for youth to thrive and meet and their potential.

Services we provide:

  • Clinical Support to families and youth

  • Financial support to resource home

  • Networking with other families

  • Voluntary placement

  • Case management services (based on assessments)

Family Support Services

Provide services to support them in providing a healthy and safe environment for children while connecting to resources in community.

Services we provide:

  • Providing families with referrals to community resources

  • Providing families with transportation to community resources

  • Ages & Stages Questionnaires (monitoring children’s development 0-5) with appropriate referrals if necessary

  • Parenting classes

  • Supervised visitations

  • Case management services (based on assessments)

What is the Cost?

Services provided within the Behavioral Health Program are provided on a sliding fee scale. Fees are based on ability to pay. Services are never denied due to in ability to pay. Third party billing is available for persons with insurance of Medicaid eligibility.

Education programs are free unless special speakers are brought in for a presentation.

Who Do I Contact?

Joseph Forscher – Behavioral Health Director
  phone: 907.224.5257

SeaView Community Services   PO Box 1045   Seward, Alaska 99664   907.224.5257
Providing community based services that strengthen families, foster self sufficiency, and enhance quality of life.