We believe in supporting families after the initial crisis is over. In the Family Support Program, young people and families can get the help they need in different ways:
In our work with young people and families in crisis, we know that it’s important for families to get help fast. The Counseling Program provides youth and families with an experienced, skilled counselor. This counselor will work with families to help them make long term changes.
Youth and families attending counseling sessions can expect a safe and confidential environment. Our counselors are Masters’ level clinicians, and use practical, focused approaches to solving the problems young people and families have. Access to counseling is flexible and made to fit real-life schedules. Appointments can be made during the day or evening, and without regard for ability to pay. You don’t need to have used other Huck House programs to see our counselors. Just call (614) 294-5553, and ask to speak to someone in the counseling program.
The Case Management Program supports families and teens by helping with behavior problems and setting limits. We also provide referrals to other agencies and safety planning. Our workers know that often families and teens have many strengths that can see them through the difficult transitions they are facing. Our role is to help them use the positive skills they have to solve problems and thrive.