Crisis Support Services
For youth facing imminent risks – which can include homelessness, uncertainty after release from detention, or living in an unsafe environment – long-term solutions can only be implemented after the immediate crisis has been addressed. Working closely with individuals and families, highly trained Hillside staff offer connections to safe havens; counseling to help resolve issues that can threaten safety and inhibit personal growth; and life-skills training to match each individual with the tools they need to ensure a future of confidence and hope.
This program creates enhanced opportunities for families to provide a safe, stable and permanent home for children as a way of reducing the need for foster or residential-care placements.
These services deliver individualized care in a variety of settings for children who have mental health and substance-use needs.
These services provide in-home support for youth who are experiencing mental health crises, and their families. FCSS helps children achieve stability in their living situation, while decreasing identified high-risk behaviors and building new, positive skills.
This program helps prevent a youth’s placement out of the family home, or ensures their successful return to the family home from an out-of-home placement. Staff help families alleviate the immediate crisis and improve family functioning. Emergency placements are available.
This program helps families alleviate an immediate crisis to reduce the risk of out-of-home placement.
This program provides intensive support services to kinship families with legal custody or an informal care arrangement of youth to age 18, with a goal to support and strengthen families, promote permanency and ensure the well-being of kinship children.
This program provides intensive community-based services to support youth experiencing severe emotional disturbance. The program’s goal is to help those youth avoid the need for out-of-home treatment and other higher levels of care.