The Care Access and Resource Enhancement (C.A.R.E.) Project is a
private sector initiative designed to impact and improve the child
welfare system, thereby promoting the well-being of children and
families. The mission of C.A.R.E. is to improve the well-being of
children and families by providing timely and quality resource information
and assistance to customers in a positive, responsive, and helpful
For more information about C.A.R.E., click here.
Truancy Diversion Social Work Program
The Truancy Diversion Social Work Program is designed to work with
school-age children and adolescents experiencing truancy. The program
focuses on an early intervention approach to more efficiently address
the needs of both the children and their families. The goal is to
improve school attendance by addressing the underlying difficulties
within families that may lead to truancy. The program seeks to help
families maintain a safe, stable and healthy environment so that
each child reaches his full potential.
here to download a fact sheet about the program
The Exceptional Emergency Youth Shelters (E.Y.E.S.) Program is committed
to promting the well-being of youth with disabilities and their
families while the youth is placed in emergency crisis care.
more information about E.Y.E.S., click here.
The Youth Services Program was developed to provide prevention/early
intervention services to children who were having their first contact
with the juvenile justice system. This intensive home-based service
is provided to the child and family either through direct services
or by referrals to community agencies. The goal is to prevent continued
involvement with the juvenile justice or child welfare systems.
The Youth Services Program is implemented by a consortium of Alliance
partner agencies including Elkins Mountain Schools, Burlington United
Methodist Family Services and Children's Home Society.
provided through Alliance members include the following:
Visitation and Supervision
Mental Health Services