Non-Residential
Outreach & Tracking
Enhanced Family Outreach
Community Re-entry Centers
Mental Health Clinic
Children's Charter
Residential
Residential Treatment
Shelter Care
Juvenile Justice
Managed Care
Children's Behavioral Health Initiative
Successes
Where to Find Us
 


Residential

Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment is provided in small, community-based settings in a female, male or co-ed environment. Depending on the client's treatment plan, length of stay ranges from three months to 18 months. Highly structured, strength-based services include family work, pro-social life skills training, education, assessment, counseling, and recreation. Referrals come from the child welfare, mental health, juvenile justice and educational systems.

Shelter Care

Shelter Care programs are provided to youth who are runaways, truants, and/or abused or neglected. Placement may last up to 90 days. Located in a community setting, the goal is to have the youth return to a stable home setting. Specific services include family work, behavior stabilization, assessment, life-skills, education, counseling, and recreation.

Juvenile Justice

Specific to Juvenile Justice work, Key operates group homes and detention programs for female and male offenders and a federally funded overnight alternative lock-up facility for youths making a court appearance. Available services include behavior stabilization, education, assessment, counseling, recreation, and life skills.

Managed Care

Key provides Managed Care functions for the Massachusetts child welfare population. Key was one of the very first social service agencies to be selected as a Lead Agency for managing the care of child welfare placements and in-home populations. Key is responsible for the development of a network of residential and non-residential agencies and for clinical oversight, quality assurance, data information systems, and program support.

Semi-Independent Living

The Semi-Independent Living Program provides life skills development and permanency planning for adolescent females between the ages of 16-18.  Based upon a Positive Youth Development Model, the core components are preparation for adulthood through skill assessment and skill building, and life-long connections for each youth.

 

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