Is available to children and their families once adoptions are finalized. Services include counseling, crisis intervention, support groups, education, and training are available to children and families once adoptions are finalized. These services are designed to address the wide range of issues that adoptive families may face, including transracial adoption, the impact of prior sexual abuse, and attachment disorders. For children with emotional problems due to traumatic life events, PASS offers behavioral therapy to support the family and help the child heal from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Contact Kinyana Garner- Stewart, Family Services Supervisor for more information.
In order to make a referral to CARING for Children for consideration of services, please print out and complete a Referral Form. Fax the form, along with a copy of the most recent PCP and Comprehensive Clinical Assessment (if available) to: (828) 298-4870. Please note: You can also download this form, complete the form by typing in the appropriate fields within the PDF form and then email the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org. Completion of the referral form does not guarantee that placement will be accepted. Thank you.
These services include in-home interventions to help families at imminent risk of having a child removed from the home or to help families reintegrate children back into their homes after they have been in foster care or other out-of-home placements.
Contact Amy Hobson, Director, Residential Services, for more information.
A grant funded program for respite care for children and their families in Buncombe County.
Through the generous support of The United Way of Buncombe County and The Department of Health and Human Services, Respite Care Scholarships are available in Buncombe County.
The Respite Scholarship Program provides scholarship funds for families of children with serious emotional, behavioral, and/or mental or medical health issues or families impacted by toxic risk factors. These funds are used to obtain quality respite services for their children. Respite care provides temporary relief for parents and has been shown to reinforce behavioral and developmental skills, reduce out-of-home placements, and decrease negative behaviors.
Contact Amy Hobson, Director, Residential Services at CARING for Children, for more information.