Our programs are designed to prevent child abuse, neglect and family separation and help heal and treat children already affected by these tragedies. With more than a century of experience working with children, we know that the best way to accomplish our mission is to work with families, whenever possible, to strengthen their ability to care for their children safely.

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Crisis Intervention
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This 24/7 hotline is staffed by skilled bilingual professionals who determine the best of course action through ACH or a referral to other community services.

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Offers 24/7 safety and care to runaway, homeless, or trafficked youth, ages 10-17. ACH works quickly to arrange stable living arrangements for youth.

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A locally-administered national program designed to provide immediate help and safety to youth under 18.

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Provides innovative, short-term intervention and stabilization for foster youth and their families to help prevent hospitalizations and placement disruptions.

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A unique crisis stabilization and respite program designed to serve youth, ages 10-17.



Foster Care and Adoption
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Provides services for families until the adoption is finalized. We also provide post-adoption support and referral services to families, as needed.

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Seeks caring adults to open their homes and hearts to children who are unsafe with their biological family.

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Places foster children in the home of a relative or person who knew the child before removal.

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Provides a level of care needed by children with special needs or emotional/behavioral issues.


Family Services
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Provides transitional housing and healing for single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence.


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Provides group classes for youth 10-17 on topics including Life Skills, Why Try, Lack of Motivation, Anger Management, and Parenting Wisely.

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Offers help for youth ages 6-17 and their families dealing with issues such as conflict at home, bullying, talk of running away, or behavior problems.

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Residential Services
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Includes therapeutic residential services for children ages 4-12 with moderate to severe behavioral challenges.


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A supervised independent living (SIL) program for young adults in extended foster care or who are homeless, which helps promote confidence and self-sufficiency.

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Helps 14-17 year olds who are unable to live with their families develop the life skills needed to transition to independent living.


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An innovative program that puts some of the most vulnerable youth in the foster care system on an accelerated path to success.

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Get help now by calling 817.335.HOPE (4673).