NATIONAL YOUTH ADVOCATE PROGRAM
Therapeutic Foster Care: At basic, intermediate, advanced, and special advanced levels. Intakes can be arranged on routine or emergency basis.
1020 Woodman Drive, Suite 330
Dayton, Ohio 45432
FAX: (937) 253-0707
SERVICE AREA: All counties in Ohio for foster parents
OFFICE HOURS: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
After Hours Number is 1-877-692-7226
OFFICE DAYS: Monday through Friday
SERVICES: Therapeutic Foster Care: At basic, intermediate, advanced, and special advanced levels. Intakes can be arranged on routine or emergency basis.
PASS: Positive Adolescent Sexualized Services. A program that strives to provide therapeutically specific services to youth who are demonstrating sexually inappropriate, abusive, or offending behaviors. High-Moderate risk program, Moderate-low risk program, individual therapy, group therapy and in-home sessions.
Healthy Ways: A group for children with sexual behavior problems, ages 6-12. A 12 week program endorsed by the National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect and a part of the PASS continuum of care.
Community Based Mental Health – individual therapy – serves youth and adults. Psychiatric serves – youth only.
ELIGIBILITY: For Therapeutic Foster Care, special needs youth from birth through age 21. CareSource, Molina and Paramount Healthcare.
HOW TO USE: Call National Youth Advocate Program Central Service Reception, 24 hours a day at 1-877-NYAP-CAN (692-7226).
FEE POLICY: All Ohio Medicaid Programs accepted, Self-Pay, Sliding Fee Scale.