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CAPS Program  (Creating Alternative Pathways to Success)

 

What does the CAPS Program offer?

· Work in a small group setting or 1 on 1

· Work on issues blocking the way to success (truancy, legal issues, mental health treatment, behavior problems)

· Develop a plan to graduate

· Assistance with Senior Projects

· Access Psychiatric Rehabilitation services

· Participate in community tours, assessments, and job shadowing experiences

· Participate in a Vocational Evaluation

· Investigate education, employment, housing, and recreational opportunities in your community

· Improve ability to work with others

The 411

Our CAPS (Creating Alternative Pathways to Success) Youth Program is an individualized option for programming. Students in this program may have issues with truancy, drugs and alcohol, juvenile justice, mental health, emotional or behavioral problems. They may also have poor
 social skills and difficulty working in a group setting. Students may still be in the school district or in an alternative placement. Our staff works 1:1 with the student to help them evaluate themselves and chart a course for their future. There are instruction, evaluation, and community activities that make up this program. Students can work on their
community service requirements while learning about their strengths and interests. Assistance can also be provided with senior project completion. For certain students, vocational evaluation is best d
one in this setting as well. Services can be provided at our facility or at the school.

 

 
 
 
Please Contact:
Maureen Hawk
Coordinator of Youth Services
or
Chelsea Benedict
Theresa Nichol
Susan Smith
Program Specialists
 
BCRC, Inc. 1517 Sixth Avenue New Brighton, PA 15066-2219 Phone: (724) 847-1306 ~ Fax: (724) 847-1126
 
BCRC is funded in part by MHMR, OVR, DCED, & United Way EOE.