The Children's Program serves residential and non-residential children and youth who are affected by domestic and sexual violence.  The program goal is to end the cycle of family violence with these children and youth.  The Children's Program Case Manager provides services to children ages 3 to 12.  

Individual counseling, as well as family counseling, is available for primary and secondary victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Safety planning, including emotional and physical safety, is always the first goal of the program staff.

The Children's Program Case Manager meets with residential children to smooth the transition to shelter.  A child-friendly environment is utilized, and children have access to a large play area filled with a variety of diverse toys, crafts, and entertainment.  Advocacy is also provided to ensure the child's best interest in areas of school, child-care, and medical issues.

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