FCSA operates a variety of individualized service programs:
Our programs are each innovatively designed to serve unique populations of Alaskan children and youth experiencing a wide spectrum of behavioral and mental health issues. The programs make available service to children experiencing low to moderate behavioral issues as well as service to children with severe mental health issues. The ages of the participants in each program depends largely on the design of the program; however FCSA typically has children enrolled in programs ranging in age from six to eighteen. FCSA offers a full spectrum of service delivery options for families including: out-patient, residential, school based, foster care, and respite all implemented with the goal of keeping children with their parent or legal guardian and within their primary community of residence.
"FCSA recognizes the importance of family and natural support systems..."
FCSA recognizes the importance of family and natural support systems in order to maintain skills developed while under the care of FCSA and as such utilizes a wrap-around service approach when possible. This requires working collaboratively with state and local agencies, schools, and community members to ensure client success. FCSA always seeks the least restrictive environment for their clients and when in the best interest of the child, promotes family reunification when a child has been removed from the home.
Please select a location to view available programs: