CRR Host Home Services for Children
Children’s Out-Of-Home Care
CSG offers varying levels of out-of-home placements based on the quantity and intensity of services required to meet a child’s needs in a safe, nurturing environment. Children ranging from infants to age 21 are offered intensive and comprehensive care that meets their individual needs and provides support to the child, natural family, legal guardians, and provider family.
Support, Strength, Stability for Every Child
Our programs consist of Community Residential Rehabilitation – Host Home (CRR-HH) and Intensive Treatment Program (CRR-ITP). Each level provides children an opportunity to realize their potential.
Community Residential Rehabilitation—Intensive Treatment Program (CRR-ITP) is the most intensive level of care provided by CSG. This program is designed for children with extensive, severe emotional and behavioral problems. Treatment is individualized and incorporates child and family strengths, and follows CSG's treatment principles of recovery and resiliency and trauma-informed care. Evidenced-based therapy and interventions are utilized, most notably Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). Active family involvement is essential and required during treatment as the time the child spends in the CRR-ITP program is limited to a maximum of 9 months. Only one child will be placed within the Provider family at a time so that the highly trained Provider Parents can mentor the natural family throughout the child's treatment; a Mental Health Professional and Case Manager support the child, natural family, and provider family as well. CRR-ITP is funded through managed care organizations.
Community Residential Rehabilitation—Host Home (CRR-HH) is an intensive level of care provided by CSG and designed for children with severe emotional or behavioral problems. Treatment involves intense, clinical, and cost effective treatment that is individualized to the needs of the child in a nurturing and therapeutic family environment. Structured mental health services include a Provider family who implements the primary treatment alongside CSG's Mental Health Professional and Case Manager. Individual and family therapy are essential CRR-HH services. Interdisciplinary partnerships with collateral service providers assures the child's treatment includes appropriate educational and recreational settings. CRR-HH is funded through managed care organizations.
Our Valued Provider Parents are One of Our Greatest Assets
Being a provider parent is one of the most challenging yet rewarding tasks you may undertake in your lifetime. Our provider parents are valued members of our team and provide a world of possibilities by opening their hearts and their homes. Provider parents build hope and a brighter future one home at a time.
Provider parents receive extensive and continuous trainings regarding effective strategies and tools to help a child succeed. They work collectively with other team members to provide each child with individualized treatment and services.
Benefits of being a provider parent include:
- A professional non-taxable wage.
- Excellent training and 24/7 support.
- An opportunity to change a child’s life and enhance your own.
- Being a mentor to a child and their family.
Provider parents must:
- Be 21 years of age.
- Be financially stable.
- Have a valid driver’s license.
- Participate in pre-service training with CSG to be prepared to work with the children they will serve.
- Obtain and maintain current FBI, criminal background checks and child abuse clearances. Complete a home study evaluation.
- Be compassionate, flexible, and committed to children.
- Be willing to work with the child’s family.