The Home’s Therapeutic After School Program (TASP) is a clinically-focused partial day program that serves youth aged 12 to 16. The program utilizes a strength-based, family-centered model to deliver specialized and supportive services. The Department of Mental Health, the Department of Children and Families, and other state and community agencies refer many youth to TASP as an alternative to out-of-home placement and would benefit from therapy and psychoeducational services.
The interdisciplinary program works to ensure youth are having a positive and fun after-school experience while integrating therapeutic, recreational, educational, and family services working towards achieving each child’s goals based on their individualized treatment plans.
Our skilled staff works collaboratively with children and their families to:
“TASP has helped my son develop better social skills. He is now getting along better in school and making new friends.”