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Foster Care

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

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The family foster care program provides foster homes to youth whose needs are typically limited to basic nurturing and supervision.

Additional Services

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Call Toll Free:  1.877.NYAP-CAN

For more information about our innovative and cost-effective programs, please contact us today!

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Levels of Foster Care:

Family Foster Care (Traditional Level of Care)

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The treatment foster care program is designed for youth who have difficulties with behavior, school problems, substance abuse, physical/medical or emotional needs and/or other conditions that require additional employee and foster parent time. Treatment foster care is individualized based on youth needs and may be provided as an alternative to residential treatment or institutional care.

 

Treatment Foster Care (Therapeutic Level of Care)

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NYAP provides community-based traditional, specialized and treatment foster care. Services are provided to children, birth to age 21, who are unable to remain in their home of origin due to abuse, neglect, dependency, medical issues, juvenile delinquency and family conflict. NYAP specializes in therapeutic foster care to meet the needs of youth with emotional and behavioral challenges.

Primary foster services are provided by licensed or degreed social workers or counselors. NYAP staff may also be assigned to work with high-risk youth who are in need of additional individualized support.

 

Case management services and specific interventions to address behavioral needs are provided to all youth in foster care to promote stabilization and enhance permanency potential.

 

Direct service employees are supervised by an independently licensed or advanced degree supervisor as required by state regulations and COA standards.

 

Emergency placement into foster care is available 7 days a week, 24 hours per day through our Centralized Service Reception team, when and where applicable.

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If you would like to explore the possibility of foster parenting, we hope that you will consider becoming a NYAP foster parent.

 

Foster parents make a difference in the lives of the families they help, the youth they foster and the communities where they live.

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We’re here for our foster parents, youth and families, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  You can call us anytime at 1-877-NYAP-CAN (1.877.692.7226) if you need support, information, guidance or just to ask a question about caring for the youth you foster.

When you need us, we’re here for you.

We’re here to give our foster parents the skills, knowledge and support they need to provide children and youth with a safe, caring home.  We help our foster parents build and maintain a relationship, when and where appropriate, with the youth’s biological family with the ultimate goal of reunification, if possible.  

 

To receive a packet of information about foster parenting and to have one of our NYAP staff members contact you directly, simply fill out our online Foster Parent Inquiry Form.

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