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Foster Care Program

Children enter foster care when they've been in situations in which they've been abused, neglected, have experienced a significant loss, or have otherwise not had their needs met. The experience of being taken out of their home can bring about feelings of confusion, anxiety, fear, grief, anger, and loss of control. Providing care for young people that have all of these experiences and feelings can be difficult, but for those who make the commitment, it can be a rewarding and life changing experience...Read More

 

Community Based Services 

Operating under the conviction that youth should be with their families and served in their communities whenever and wherever possible, SCYAP’s Community-Based Services are non-residential services that are provided within the youth/family’s home, school or community. Services are provided at times when our youth and families can best access them (i.e., afterschool, in the evenings, on weekends). The overarching goals of the programs provided in the SCYAP community-based array of