Enhanced Foster Care provides children, youth, and caregivers with the education and skills to effectively cope with trauma, and minimize trauma related behaviors. Our methods have proven highly effective, resulting in dramatic outcomes for youth in both RTC’s and foster homes.
Our Behavioral Support Specialists not only help children and youth develop improved self-regulation skills, creating a higher level of placement stability, our services can follow the child regardless of their next placement.
Our evidence-based skills training modules and behavioral health services can dramatically help children and caregivers in any placement setting. By layering these additional services and supports on to your program design, Arrow’s Enhanced Foster Care team can help you achieve better results for kids, and help grow your services! And there’s no cost to participants or their families as long as they qualify for services under the Texas Medicaid Program with Superior HealthPlan.
We incorporate the following evidence-based methods and materials to educate and train both children and caregivers in the home.
This curriculum for children and adolescents teaches basic skills that every person must master to function successfully in life. These include social skills, relationship skills, school skills, anger control skills, and others. Skills are presented in an age-appropriate format for ages three through eighteen.
This training addresses both PTSD and Substance Use simultaneously to help eliminate substance use, reduce PTSD symptoms, and regain safety. This protocol is used in a group setting to facilitate participant interaction.
This series of modules was developed by the Massachusetts Department of Social Work to assist adolescents, who are aging-out of the foster care system, to learn basic life skills that are essential to making it on their own once they turn eighteen.
This is as much about an “approach” to parenting as it is about skill set. Its core concept is to teach the incorporation of “nurturing” into all aspects of the family’s life.
These books were written to assist caregivers in understanding the nature of defiance and to teach appropriate skills to both preserve the parent-child relationship and return order to the home.
The child or adolescent must be between the ages of 3-18 and be enrolled in the Texas Medicaid Program with Superior HealthPlan. Referrals can be made by: