The Child Protection Center provides therapy to children and families with two different approaches. The Sexual Abuse Treatment Program (SATP) provides specialized treatment services for children who are victims of sexual abuse and for their families, recognizing that child abuse is traumatic for the entire family. Through a combination of group, family, and individual counseling for child sexual abuse survivors and their families, SATP works to reduce the trauma caused by child sexual victimization, prevent further victimization from occurring, and enable families to have healthy, non-abusive relationships. This program has recently been expanded to include children who have experienced the trauma of physical abuse.
Additionally, the Kid Kindness Program (KKP) strives to change the lives of the most at-risk youth in our community by correcting patterns of behavior that hurt others. KKP takes proactive measures to reduce the growth of sexual abuse by equipping youth with healthy living skills while correcting misbehavior. The program offers comprehensive assessments and individual, group, and family therapy to those youth who have displayed at-risk or abuse-reactive behaviors.