Children's Out of Home Respite Care

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    Programs that provide a brief period of rest or relief for parents, grandparents, guardians, family members who are regular caregivers for dependent children by offering temporary or intermittent care for the child in a community setting/facility.

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    CASSD, The Lehman Center, Crisis Nursery• 1 to 72-hour short-term respite care for children ages: birth through six years old. • Temporary day respite care (pre-scheduled or emergency basis). • 24-hour hotline for families in crisis. • Prevention of child abuse and neglect as well as to provide a safe and nurturing environment to children and their families through respite, support, education, and counseling services. CASSD: Helping children and their families build stronger, healthier lives through compassionate and professional services.YorkChildren's Aid Society, Lehman CenterChildren's Aid Society Southern PA District Church of the Brethren (CASSD)
    Community Living and Support Services (CLASS) - Alliance for Community Respite CareProvides support and relief through access to respite care for caregivers and children and adults of all ages with special needs. Respite refers to short-term, temporary care. It is typically provided for people with special needs so caregivers, family members, foster parents, or friends can take a break from the daily routine of care giving.AlleghenyCommunity Living and Support Services (CLASS)Community Living and Support Services (CLASS)
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Dunmore - Respite CareFamily Care for Children and Youth can provide short-term respite foster care in the event that a child needs to periodically stay with a foster family during weekends and holidays or for other short spans of time. This short-term foster care is the ideal arrangement for a child who needs a break from his or her group home, institution, or biological/legal family situation. Respite care guarantees that a child always has a safe, familiar place to stay where he or she has already established productive family relationships. Respite care can also serve as a backup living arrangement in the event that a child needs to relocate.LackawannaFamily Care for Children and Youth - DunmoreFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Franklin - Respite CareFamily Care for Children & Youth can provide short-term Respite Care in the event that a child needs periodic stays with a foster family during weekends, holidays, or other time periods. Ideal as a break from a child’s group home, institution, or biological/legal family arrangement, Respite Care guarantees that a child always has a safe, familiar place to stay where he/she has already established productive family relationships. Respite Care can also serve as a backup living arrangement in the event that a child needs to relocate.VenangoFamily Care for Children and Youth - FranklinFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Greensburg - Respite CareFamily Care for Children & Youth can provide short-term Respite Care in the event that a child needs periodic stays with a foster family during weekends, holidays, or other time periods. Ideal as a break from a child’s group home, institution, or biological/legal family arrangement, Respite Care guarantees that a child always has a safe, familiar place to stay where he/she has already established productive family relationships. Respite Care can also serve as a backup living arrangement in the event that a child needs to relocate.WestmorelandFamily Care for Children and Youth - GreensburgFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Family Care for Children and Youth - Milton - Respite CareFamily Care for Children & Youth can provide short-term Respite Care in the event that a child needs periodic stays with a foster family during weekends, holidays, or other time periods. Ideal as a break from a child’s group home, institution, or biological/legal family arrangement, Respite Care guarantees that a child always has a safe, familiar place to stay where he/she has already established productive family relationships. Respite Care can also serve as a backup living arrangement in the event that a child needs to relocate.NorthumberlandFamily Care for Children and Youth - MiltonFamily Care for Children and Youth
    Friendship House - Autism Respite Care - ScrantonProvides caregivers an opportunity to enjoy a night off, or some quiet time to spend with their other children while their child with autism is safely cared for. Respite Care is open to all families affected by autism, regardless of their affiliation with Friendship House.LackawannaFriendship House - Northeast Regional Autism Center - ScrantonFriendship House
    Greensburg YMCA Military OutreachProvides respite child care and memberships to military families.WestmorelandGreensburg YMCA Military Outreach InitiativeGreensburg YMCA
    Leg Up Farm, Inc.Therapy services: •Physical therapy •Occupational therapy •Speech therapy •Therapeutic horseback riding, and •Nutritional services. Educational programs: •Matthew's Town Social networking: •Group therapy for kids and adults Caregiver support: •Respite services, support groups Community collaboration: •Youth programs •Summer Camps YorkLeg Up Farm, Inc.Leg Up Farm, Inc.
    Planned Respite Program - Wyoming Valley Catholic Youth CenterIn collaborative partnership with Luzerne County Mental Health and Developmental Services (LCMHDS), and the LCMHDS System of Care, center is operating a planned respite program for children ages 5 – 13, who are actively receiving mental health services. The program will provide care to families in Luzerne County who do not have resources or natural supports to assist in caring for a child. Program will provide a temporary relief for parents or caregivers giving them the ability to relieve stress, restore energy and look after their own well-being. During respite the child can expect to relax and enjoy child centered activities in a well supervised setting. The children will participate in regular CYC age-appropriate programming along with other CYC participants. Activities will be held in CYC child care classrooms, gymnasiums, playgrounds, outdoor park and swimming pool. Educational and social programs will be all inclusive with respite participants. Children will be incorporated into our existing school age childcare program. Meals will be provided each day. Breakfast, afternoon snack and dinner will be provided to all participants.LuzerneWyoming Valley Catholic Youth CenterWyoming Valley Catholic Youth Center
    The Children's Institute of Pittsburgh d/b/a - Project STAR - Main/Pittsburgh OfficeStrengthens and improves parents' connections to their teenage children and learn a variety of parenting techniques. Teaming together for teens offers family support services and programs. This program supports families with at-risk children between 12-18 years old. The program supports families located only in the Beaver County area.BeaverChildren's InstituteThe Children's Institute
    The Children's Institute - Respite Care ProgramProvides families of medically fragile children an option for highly trained specialists to provide care during periods of conflicting family demands. Provides the special support their children require for their often complex medical needs.AlleghenyChildren's InstituteThe Children's Institute

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