Sponsored by Caring for Colorado Foundation and the Williams-Malone Foundation
DENVER CHILDREN’S HOME’S INTENSIVE IN-HOME THERAPY PROGRAM falls on two ends of our continuum of care through services for children (ages birth to 18 years-old) and families. On one end, we provide intervention and support to prevent an out-of-home placement and work to ensure a healthy, stable, and safe family environment. On the other end, the Intensive In-Home
Therapy program helps reunify a child and family and works with them during the transition to create and maintain a safe and healthy family environment.
In-Home Therapy Services
The families referred to the Intensive In-Home Therapy program are multi-stressed families who historically have not been successful in resolving the problems that are causing personal, family, school, and/or community difficulties.
The DCH In-Home Therapy program provides an array of services that aim to lessen factors that can contribute to families being separated such as:
The combination of Intensive In-Home Therapy and Coaching enhances the success of the child and parent and contributes to improved self-sufficiency.
Expertise and Evidence- Based Practices
DCH’s Intensive In-Home Therapy program clinicians have specific training and expertise in areas such as trauma, adoption and attachment issues, play therapy, crisis intervention, DBT, EMDR, major mental illness, and engaging with difficult and court-mandated clients and families. Additional skills include: