ACH Child and Family Services
Free counseling services for youth, ages 6-17 (or older if enrolled in high school), and their families dealing with real-life issues such as anxiety or depression, anger management, conflict at home, etc.
HOPE provides outreach and case management services to runaway, homeless youth and sexually exploited and/or trafficked youth and youth at risk for sexual exploitation and/or trafficking. HOPE’s services increase youths’ safety, well-being and self-sufficiency through permanent connection to caring adults, family reunification, transition to shelter or safe and stable housing, assessment, and safety and resource planning.
The LIFE (Learning Independence from Experience) Project promotes self-confidence and self-sufficiency for eligible young adults by providing a variety of housing options for young adults. These different settings allow young adults to experience independent living while continuing to receive support, guidance and assistance with skills development. Participants must be 18 to 21 years of age, either single or parenting single adults aging out of foster care, or homeless young adults.
The youth emergency shelter offers runaway, homeless and street youth as well as trafficking survivors, ages 10-17 24-hour immediate safe shelter and care while ACH works to reunite them with their families, or find safe and stable alternative living arrangements. The program provides outreach, education, advocacy, counseling, and case management services for youth who are experiencing family crisis, family conflict, or homelessness.