SFP is an evidence-based family skills training program found to significantly reduce problem behaviors, delinquency and alcohol/drug abuse in children and improves social competencies and school performance.
Seeking Safety is a present-focused, evidence-based treatment program designed to help individuals attain safety from trauma/PTSD and substance abuse. Treatment is flexible and is conducted both in individual and group settings. This model has been used with individuals diagnosed with substance abuse, dependence and those who have a trauma history that does not meet the criteria for PTSD.
The Strengthening Families Program (SFP) is a 10 session treatment series that is a nationally recognized parenting and family-strengthening program for high-risk and regular families.
PLAAY (Preventing Long-term Anger and Aggression in Youth)
Relies upon Racial Encounter Coping Appraisal and Socialization Theory and teaches participants about racial stress, literacy and coping in its physical activity and group therapy components. The PLAAY program focuses on racial identity, social and emotional development, conflict resolution, and violence prevention.
The Seven Challenges program is listed as an evidence-based program in the SAMHSA National Registry of Evidence Based Programs and Practices. The Seven Challenges Program is designed for adolescents with drug and other behavioral problems to motivate a decision and commitment to change-and to support success in implementing the desired changes. The goal is to simultaneously help young people address their drug problems as well as their co-occurring life skill deficits, situational problems, and psychological problems.