About Our Programs

Serving children and youth from birth to 22, The Home makes a positive impact on over 7,000 lives each year through a wide network of programs. Our "open door" structure allows children, families and young adults to access services at any point in the continuum of care, based on their needs.

Primary service areas include: individual, group and family therapy; psychological and neuro-psychological testing; medication management; child and family skills development; therapeutic mentoring; birth parent counseling; life skills training; community connection and integration; behavioral stabilization; educational preparation; and social, vocational and daily living supports.

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As a leader in the field of child welfare, The Home for Little Wanderers is committed to pursuing research and evaluation endeavors to inform organizational learning and management. Learn more about how we evaluate our programs.

Our schools and congregate care programs participate in the national USDA Food Programs – lunch, breakfast, and After School Snack. The Home is committed to ensuring the healthy behavioral, emotional, social and educational development and physical well-being of children and families living in at-risk circumstances. The Home has a Wellness Policy that drives our activities in compliance with the USDA regulations. The public is invited to participate in the review and development of this policy every three years. In addition, The Home adheres to all Civil Rights regulations. Below are links:



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