SFCC provides a comprehensive list of integrated, therapeutic treatment programs and educational services that are effective, culturally competent, client-friendly and individualized to each client.
- PCP - Partial Care Program
- Customized treatment plan
- Intense emotional behavioral services
- Psychiatric treatment
- Minimum 4 days per week, 5 hours per day
- IOP After School Programs - Intensive Outpatient Multi-Modalities Interventions
- Customized treatment plan
- Evidence based treatment
- Collaborative care with schools and outside providers
- Minimum 2 days per week, 3 hours per day
- Summer Program
- C.A.M.P. - Clinically Advanced Multi Modality Program
- 2 weeks minimum
- Parent Programs
- Autism "ABA" Programs
- Saturday Programs
- Social skills
- Expressive Saturdays
- Leadership Program
- Psychiatric Outpatient Services
- Family Therapy
The Day Program is designed for individuals who are in need of a comprehensive, short-term, intensive level of care in order to prevent inpatient hospitalization or as a step down from an inpatient program. Clients who attend the Day Program are generally experiencing acute psychological symptoms that are difficult to manage. Clients who attend do not require 24-hour mental health treatment. The Day Program includes individual, group and family therapy, psychiatric and psychological evaluation consultation, parent training, academic instruction and a variety of evidence based therapies designed for individual treatment and success.
IOP After School Programs
The Afterschool Program is designed for individuals in need of an intensive level of care to prevent a day program or to follow up after being discharged from a day program. Programs are appropriate for children and adolescents between the ages of 4 and 21 who demonstrate social skills deficits, depression, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, ADHD, mild pervasive developmental disorders, problems related to school, or any other mental illness diagnosis.
Join us for a summer of sun, fun and friends at our Summer C.A.M.P (Clinically Advanced Multi-modality Program). Our C.A.M.P is designed by our staff to accomplish goals in environments where our clients can have the most fun. Our clients conquer fears, build confidence and self-esteem, and develop an enthusiasm for life while learning social and emotional skills.
Our clients improve in areas of :
- Social behavior
- Rule following
- Friendship skills
- Classroom behavior
- Home behavior
- Academic competence
- Anger control
- Problem-solving skills
Please fill out the application completely. A processing fee of $300 must be included with the application. We accept check or credit card. We will call and set up an intake appointment once we have your completed application and processing fee.
Summer C.A.M.P. 2018 details are coming soon! To receive more information, please email us at CONTACT US.
Parent workshops and training are scheduled throughout the year and offered as a supplement to the therapies offered. Parent training is considered an integral part of all SFCC programs and participation in at least three workshops is mandatory, as reflected in your child’s treatment plan. The aim of the workshops is to assist parents to help their child generalize the skills they learn during programming to outside environment.
Autism "ABA" Programs
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs are designed for children and adolescents exhibiting problem behaviors and skill deficits. These programs teach social, motor, and verbal behaviors through the use of behavioral observation, positive reinforcement, strategic prompting and the use of data collection systems. Programs include: Early Intervention, Social Skills Training, 1:1 discrete trial training treatment, community outings, in home behavior training, individual parent training and parent workshops. Hours and times are customized depending on the needs of the individual and the individual’s family. ABA is widely recognized as a safe and effective behavioral treatment for individuals with behavioral challenges from ages 18 months – 21 years.
Our Leadership Program is for our preteens and teens who exhibit behaviors of a role model. The program allows individuals to participate in community service projects such as local food banks, nursing and rehabilitation homes, animal shelters, etc. Clients participate in these activities while working on generalizing their skills across all settings.