Child Abuse Treatment Services

Child Abuse Treatment Services 2018-09-28T13:43:05+00:00

Overview

Child Abuse Treatment Services at Family Nurturing Center encompass multiple program components. All services are free of charge as dictated by federal funding. An intake is required before beginning any program. 

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Child Abuse and Neglect Indicators 131.31 KB 267 downloads

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Contact the Case Manager, 859-538-1616 to schedule an intake.  Kentucky Cabinet Workers, school personnel and other professionals referring clients, please submit the required referral form.

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Child Abuse Treatment Services Referral Form 372.67 KB 240 downloads

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Professional Treatment Services 280.07 KB 40 downloads

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Programs

A.N.C.H.O.R. (Addressing Needs, Creating Hope, Optimizing Relationshipsis a 10-week program serving school-aged children who have experienced trauma or negative life events. Participants meet during the school day among peers to develop coping skills, identify and understand feelings, determine effective ways to plan for safe and healthy futures, and increase self-esteem.

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A.N.C.H.O.R. 771.87 KB 30 downloads

Addressing Needs, Creating Hope, Optimizing Relationships ...

S.P.A.R.K. (Sparking Power And Resiliency in Kids) is a 12-week program serving children ages 4-18 who have experienced trauma, their siblings, and parents/caregivers. Participants meet in a group setting among peers to understand how trauma has impacted them, to develop coping strategies to build resiliency, and empower one another to have healthy and safe futures. The sibling and parent/caregiver groups work simultaneously using a trauma-focused model to process the traumatic experience, learn effective family communication skills, and better understand the disruption that traumatic experiences can have on daily life.

Individual and Family Counseling is also available to help children with a history of abuse/trauma (including physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse/neglect and witness to domestic violence).  Our staff is trained in evidence-based therapies to address trauma, grief, and interactions between parent and child, including Trauma Focused-Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT) and Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT).

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Brochure PCIT 823.29 KB 233 downloads

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Case Management Services are available for children and families on an as needed basis to help connect families with resources.

We also offer services for adults who experienced childhood sexual abuse.  Please visit S.O.A.R. (Survivors of Abuse Recovery) to learn more about this adult only program.

Registration  Services are open to residents of any county. Participants are approved via a face to face clinical assessment to determine the appropriateness of services. Snacks are routinely provided in all group services.

Email our Director of Programs and Services or call 859-538-1643 for more information.

 

Family Nurturing Center greatly appreciates the support  from The Carol Ann and Ralph V. Haile, Jr. Foundation/U.S. Bank Trustee, the Scripps Howard Foundation, The Butler Foundation, and the Fiscal Courts of Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties for funding of our Child Abuse Treatment Services programs and services.

Additional funders include The Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet and the United Way of Greater Cincinnati. This project is also supported by Grant Number VOCA-2014-Family N-00037 awarded though the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet by the U.S. Department of Justice.

The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Kentucky Justice and Public Safety Cabinet or U.S. Department of Justice.

CHILD ABUSE TREATMENT SERVICES OUTCOMES

Served 499 Children and Adults
Offered 2,125 Hours of therapeutic services.

97% of individuals increased knowledge of how to recognize signs of abuse (parents and children age 8 and above).

100% of children with mental health needs successfully met treatment objectives/goals (children 4-18).

100% of adults successfully met their treatment goals as a result of participation in our program.