KidsPeace Community Programs provide services to kids, biological families, and foster families in the communities where they live, in an effort to ensure continued health and happiness for every kid.
In 2006, a spectrum of mental health services that include outpatient mental health clinics, partial hospitalization, as well as in-home and education services was offered to over 3,500 children and their families.
Autism-specific services are provided to children with an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis and include Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), After School Programs, the Sarah’s Smile summer therapeutic program, and an educational classroom for autistic students.
Some KidsPeace professionals bring services such as therapy, life and parenting skills training, problem solving, education and self-esteem building to children and families in their homes. Other counselors visit public schools to assist guidance staff. And each day, KidsPeace vans pick up certain children after school and bring them to community programs for therapy, supervision, recreation, educational support and a nutritious meal.
KidsPeace also works with many community organizations, such as youth and family centers, to link families to resources such as food banks and libraries.
Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services
Day Treatment Program
Intensive Case Management
Wellness and Behavioral Health Center-Georgia
Sarah's Smile Summer Program
School Based Mental Health