Learn how to adopt below: The Adoption Program offers Structured Analysis Family Evaluation (SAFE) home studies free of charge to families in cooperation with county placing agencies to facilitate matching adoptive families with waiting children. This home study process allows every ChildNet certified foster family to be considered a resource family.
Behavioral Health Services (BHS) provides mental health services and counseling for children from infancy to young adulthood. We have approximately 94 clinicians and 37 clinical supervisors who have been trained in one or more of the six evidence-based practices we offer to our clients and their families...
Foster Family Network (FFN) is licensed by the State of California, Community Care Licensing Division (CCL). Recognizing the need to address the increasing demand for quality foster homes for children, ChildNet established Foster Family Network.
ChildNet's Intensive Services Foster Care (ISFC) program provides specialized mental health and behavioral support services to children who have a history of complex traumas, psychiatric hospitalizations, and failed placements in the foster care system.
Relative Home Assessment Services (RHAS) is a new family-friendly and child-centered caregiver approval process that combines elements of the current foster parent licensing, relative approval, and approvals for adoption and guardianship processes.
Therapeutic Behavioral Service (TBS) is a time-limited, intensive, individualized, one-on-one behavioral mental health service available to children under 21 years, with serious emotional challenges. The clients must be full-scope Medi-Cal eligible.
Wraparound Support Services was designed to help children and adolescents with serious emotional and behavioral problems live successfully with their families and communities.