Programs

Preserving Families

FAMILIES TOGETHER provides transitional housing for single mothers and their chilren who are experiencing homelessness due to domestive violence.

YOUTH AND FAMILY COUNSELING offiers real help for youth, up to age 18, and their families dealing with real-life issues such as conflict at home, bullying anger management issues, talk of running away, or behavior problems

SKILL BUILDER CLASSES provide one-hour group classes for youth 10-16 with topics including Life Skills, Why Try, Anger Management, Theft Prevention, and Parenting Wisely. Over 98% success rates using evidence-based curricula.

 

Promoting Safety and Stability

ASSESMENT, INTERVENTION, AND REFERRAL SERVICES (AIRS) s a 24-hour crisis call response, centralized assessment and intake department for ACH programs, and referrals to services in the community.

THE LIFE (LEARNING INDEPENDENCE FROM EXPERIENCE) PROJECT is a supervised independent living program (SIL) that provides young adults the opportunity to live and learn in a more self-directed environment that inspires confidence and self-sufficiency. Participants between the ages of 18 and 21 benefit from a variety of housing options that promote learning, provide guidance, and build necessary skills as the young adult’s progress toward full independence.

SAFE PLACE is a locally administered national program designed to provide immediate help and safety to young people, under the age of 18 years, who are experiencing a crisis.

YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER offers runaway, homeless and street youth as well as trafficking survivors, ages 10-17, 24-hour immediate safe shelter and care while ACH works to reunite them with their families, or find safe and stable alternative living arrangements

 

Treatment Services

ADOPTION provides services for families until adoption is finalized. ACH also provides post-adoption support and referral services to families, as needed.

BEHAVIORAL CARE includes therapeutic residential services for children, ages 4-12, with moderate to severe behavioral challenges.

FOSTER CARE provides services for children, ages 0-17, in the conservatorship of the state of Texas.

SUMMIT PROGRAM is an innovative crisis stabilization and respite program designed to serve youth, ages 10-17.

RTC is a secure facility staffed by treatment teams who put highest-needs teenagers on an accelerated path to success. By helping teens understand that they are safe, that some adults can be trusted, and that they can relax and not worry about protecting themselves from an abuser, these youth can make amazing strides in their development.

TURNING POINT is a crisis intervention, acute stabilization and family preservation program providing foster children and their caregivers with relief and therapeutic interventions that prevent hospitalizations and placement disruptions.

WEDGWOOD TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM offers safe, stable and nurturing homes for youth, ages 14-17, who are unable to live with their families or in a community home setting.

 

Family Support

FAMILIES TOGETHER provides transitional housing for single mothers and their children who are experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence.

SUMMIT PROGRAM is an innovative crisis stabilization and respite program designed to serve youth, ages 10-17.

SKILL BUILDER CLASSES provide one-hour group classes for youth 10-16 with topics including Life Skills, Why Try, Anger Management, Theft Prevention, and Parenting Wisely. Over 98% success rates using evidence-based curricula

TURNING POINT is a crisis intervention, acute stabilization and family preservation program providing foster children and their caregivers with relief and therapeutic interventions that prevent hospitalizations and placement disruptions.

YOUTH AND FAMILY COUNSELING offiers real help for youth, up to age 18, and their families dealing with real-life issues such as conflict at home, bullying anger management issues, talk of running away, or behavior problems

 

Teens & Young Adults

RTC is a secure facility staffed by treatment teams who put highest-needs teenagers on an accelerated path to success. By helping teens understand that they are safe, that some adults can be trusted, and that they can relax and not worry about protecting themselves from an abuser, these youth can make amazing strides in their development.

THE LIFE (LEARNING INDEPENDENCE FROM EXPERIENCE) PROJECT is a supervised independent living program (SIL) that provides young adults the opportunity to live and learn in a more self-directed environment that inspires confidence and self-sufficiency. Participants between the ages of 18 and 21 benefit from a variety of housing options that promote learning, provide guidance, and build necessary skills as the young adult’s progress toward full independence.

SAFE PLACE is a locally administered national program designed to provide immediate help and safety to young people, under the age of 18 years, who are experiencing a crisis.

SKILL BUILDER CLASSES provide one-hour group classes for youth 10-16 with topics including Life Skills, Why Try, Anger Management, Theft Prevention, and Parenting Wisely. Over 98% success rates using evidence-based curricula

YOUTH AND FAMILY COUNSELING offiers real help for youth, up to age 18, and their families dealing with real-life issues such as conflict at home, bullying anger management issues, talk of running away, or behavior problems

YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER offers runaway, homeless and street youth as well as trafficking survivors, ages 10-17, 24-hour immediate safe shelter and care while ACH works to reunite them with their families, or find safe and stable alternative living arrangements. The program provides outreach, education, advocacy, counseling, and case management services for youth who are experiencing family crisis, family conflict, or homelessness.