The Yale Child Study Center delivers treatment services directly in the homes of children coping with the problems and stresses associated with abuse, neglect, chronic or acute physical and mental illness, parental substance abuse, and/or homelessness. Six home based programs provide evaluation, assessment, individual, family and group psychotherapy, clinical casework, case management, concrete assistance, and advocacy for children, adolescents and their families.
We are actively involved in developing and evaluating policies that affect children and their families. Since our beginning, we have been active in the New Haven community and region in providing service, consultation and trainings. We now work with over 500 schools in 43 states. Programs include: