Children's Mental Health - Therapeutic Foster Care


Our Therapeutic Foster Care homes are available for children, youth and adolescents with special behavioral needs in order to provide structure and safety in their lives. We have homes in Ketchikan and on Prince of Wales Island and are licensed by the State of Alaska. The foster parent cares for the youth while teaching life skills, emotional and behavioral counseling, coaching and encouraging healthy life choices. The child or youth in foster care maintains enrollment in the public school system and is expected to attend daily. Foster parents engage in regular consultation with the treatment team to treatment goals and services being provided. Foster parents receive training throughout the calendar year and clinical staff is on-call to support the foster parents twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.

Program Sponsor

Community Connections

Last Updated

03/25/2021 02:42 pm

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Ketchikan123 is funded by Ketchikan Wellness Coalition through a Cigna Foundation grant and in part by its 3-year State of Alaska Comprehensive Behavioral Health Prevention and Early Intervention Services grant (602-207-20005).

 Ketchikan Wellness Coalition is funded in part by grants from the City of Ketchikan, the Ketchikan Gateway Borough, individuals, foundations and non-profit organizations, corporate sponsors, and a State of Alaska grant (Reducing Recidivism 602-240-21005) and a Federal Government ONDCP grant (Drug-Free Communities grant SP020550).


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