Family-centric Approach to Wellness
Our approach ensures that all members of a child's family work toward common emotional, cultural, and spiritual goals. We encourage families to get to know our culture as we get to know theirs, to provide insights that help our team understand issues and goals and to play an active role in the child's quest for lasting change.
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Through engagement with the individual and family, review of documented history, and formal assessment, the New Hope team develops treatment goals and objectives that support the needs of the individual and family. This person-centered plan of care is continuously reviewed with the individual and family to meet cultural and clinical needs. As needs change, the plan changes to best support the individual and family and ensure positive outcomes.
As important as our therapists, physicians, nurses, teachers recreation and other professional staff are, there is no one more important than the individual in our care and their family. Families are encouraged to participate throughout the course of treatment: in therapy, treatment/child and family team meetings, visits, and activities.
Simplified Referral Process
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Discharge Planning & Transitional Care
New Hope develops comprehensive discharge and transition planning services for individuals to facilitate successful return to their communities. This service ensures that each young person will be connected with the unique array of ongoing supports and services that he or she needs to foster successful reintegration and long term positive outcomes. This discharge planning service is a critical part of New Hope's commitment to successful futures for its children and the people and communities that support them.
Our caring staff is vital to a child's and family's positive outcome. Every staff member receives extensive training in best practice approaches to engage individuals in a caring and supportive manner, regardless of the emotional state of the individual. Our professionals frequently participate in activities with the youth, both in our residential settings and in the community, including Girls/Boys on Track, bake sales, and sporting events.