Prevention, Intervention, and Behavioral Health

The primary focus of the PIT Division is to provide behavioral health services for children, youth, adults, and families to stay healthy, to teach them life skills and to have a safe living environment.

Program activities are delivered in a variety of settings including school classrooms, community centers and churches, in the family home, group homes, on the streets and out in the community.

The new division is comprised of 17 individual service components.

Program Highlights

Amistad Crisis Shelter

YDI Amistad Crisis Shelter operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, and also offers a 24-hour hotline. It offers the following services: crisis intervention, assessment, counseling/therapy, recreational activities, life and social skills training, case management, educational/vocational assistance, job training skills and referral assistance.

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Discharged to safe living environment

Neutral Corner

Neutral Corner provides supervised visitation and exchange services for families going through separation and/or divorce or couples impacted by domestic violence.

Families Served