Home-Based Services

Treatment in the Least Restrictive Environment

The philosophy of GJR in Indiana’s home-based care is that at-risk youth should be treated in the least restrictive environment appropriate to meet their needs and safety. Many youth can be maintained in their homes with a structured routine and support system without having to undergo treatment in a residential facility.

The home-based youth services program furthers this philosophy through intensive individual and family interventions to assist families with addressing barriers to healthy family relationships and interactions.

Daily Support

These programs are designed to prevent having to take youth out of their homes by providing daily support, supervision, and treatment for youth and families. In addition, these services can be utilized as aftercare following residential placement or reunification following foster care for a more successful integration back into the home, school, and community environment.

Home-Based Services for Family and Youth

George Junior Republic in Indiana currently provides the following home-based services in multiple counties across Indiana:


    • Home-based casework
    • Home-based family therapy
    • Comprehensive program
    • Family preservation
    • Supervised visitation

 

Therapeutic Modalities Offered by Home-Based Services

This therapy helps youth to examine thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to improve problem solving and decision making.

Dialectical behavioral therapy is evidence-based with research showing that it successfully resolves a broad array of emotional
and behavioral difficulties associated with single or multiple complex trauma experiences.

Body-based therapy that helps our youth to address their trauma and decrease their emotional response to trauma reminders.

This therapy is evidence-based with research showing that it successfully resolves a broad array of emotional
and behavioral difficulties associated with single or multiple complex trauma experiences.

A procedural therapy to help youth cope with traumatic experiences and learn new skills.

Referrals

Program referrals can be made by contacting the Brandy Stark, vice president of Indiana at [email protected].

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