Our group homes program provides a comprehensive therapeutic living situation that is caring, structured, and individualized. Providing environments that increase the opportunity for each client to develop to his fullest potential with the primary goal is to return the client to a safe and secure family life.
Each minor receives an initial assessment to determine history, severity of presenting problems and assignment of needed services. This process begins with an overview with our Intake Worker, who reviews available court, social work or probation documentation as well as interviewing the minor, his caseworker or probation officer and other available parties.
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The overall program goal is to provide an in-house residential program that initiates an individualized treatment based on each child’s emotional and social development. The primary objective is to facilitate the minor’s return to his/her home or family whenever possible, or developed an alternative plan that provides the minor with a continuity of care. Pennacle Foundation. Inc currently offers to the adolescent who participate within the program a structured after school program that encompasses drug and alcohol treatment service, anger managements, basic and human right, self empowerment and a strong independent living and economic development programs.
Our target population includes youth 12-17 years with: a history of multiple placements in the Foster Care System; previous engagement with the Juvenile Justice System; learning disabilities; multiple psychiatric hospitalizations; history of eloping from previous residential facilities; history of harming themselves or others; and those with a history of substance abuse. Pennacle foundation was conceptualized and incorporated in 1998. Sixteen years later, it remains a reality due to charitable contributions of individual donors, fund raisers and grant providers and contracts with Children Services and regional Centers.