Group Care Intensive Services – Pathways

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New Foundations Home for Children offers a Group Care Intensive Services program focused on young men, ages 15-21.

GCIS – Pathways is an independent living program housed in a two-story house in Anderson, SC.

In this program, we provide for all basic needs and continued counseling. However, because of the ages of these youths and their limited family connections, there is an enhanced teaching independent living component in this program. The program allows youths to receive individual and group instruction in adult living skills such as budgeting, interviewing, banking, etc. Youths also continue with education and vocational assessments and exploration.

There is an increased focus on experiential learning based on the youth’s level of maturity and responsibility.

  • 24 hours awake supervision, 1:5 staff to client ratio
  • Intensive case management
  • Master’s level counseling with Trauma –Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) focus as appropriate
  • Vocational assessment and independent living skills building groups
  • Strong emphasis on vocational skill building, to include practicing interviewing skills, applying for jobs, and working in the community
  • Onsite meal planning and preparation
  • After school tutoring and educational credit recovery assistance.

Clients are referred by the SC Department of Social Services or the SC Department of Juvenile Justice.  For referrals, contact the NFHFC Admissions Department.

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