Children’s mental health matters, and promoting a child’s mental health means helping them feel secure, relate well with others, and foster their growth at home and school. Our WRAP program’s licensed clinicians provide free in-home counseling and case management to children with behavioral difficulties, with a focus on improved academic performance and reduced family conflict that prevents involvement with the juvenile justice system.
Intensive services include, but are not limited to:
- Trauma-informed counseling for individuals and families
- Comprehensive assessment
- Community linkage
- Case management
- Referrals for other resources and services, as needed.
Our clinicians have specializations in sand tray therapy and certifications in mindfulness and yoga.
Youth ages 10-17 are eligible to receive up to 16 weeks of in-home counseling and case management. Referrals are made through Monmouth County schools and the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County’s Family Crisis Intervention Unit.
For more information, contact our Parent-Child Conflict Resolution program coordinator:
(732) 542-6422 ext. 121
Our FCIU team is available 24/7, providing crisis intervention, stabilization, and short-term family treatment. Services may be provided in the family’s home or at locations most convenient for the family.
When all community resources have been exhausted and the child’s difficult behavior persists, FCIU may request court involvement.