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We offer flexible, creative, outcome based solutions to meet the individual needs of the kids and families we serve. We offer many of the same services as other organizations but we do it cost effectively and keep it community-based because we believe youth experience the most success when they live in a family setting and in the community they call home.
Thanks to a broad continuum of care, we have the flexibility to tailor our services to meet the needs of the agencies we work with and their clients.
For more information about our innovative and cost-effective programs, please contact us today!
Agencies wishing to refer youth to the National Youth Advocate Program for services may contact Centralized Service Reception. NYAP accepts referrals 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The following information will be requested from the referral source within 24 hours, if not provided at the time of the referral:
1. Current case plan as available
2. Case history and youth behavioral history
3. Current psychological and/or psychiatric evaluation
4. Medical history, including all known medical conditions
5. State Medicaid card
6. School reports and transcripts including IEP, as applicable
7. Birth certificate, court journal entry, Social Security card
8. Referring agency treatment recommendations
9. County risk assessments, as applicable
If you have any questions or would simply like to inquire about NYAP, our services and programs, the referral process or more, give us a call today!