FAMILIES TOGETHER : Provides transitional housing for single mothers and their children, experiencing homelessness due to domestic violence.
YOUTH AND FAMILY COUNSELING: Offers real help for youth, up to age 18, and their families, dealing with real-life issues (e.g., conflict at home, bullying anger management issues, talk of running away, or behavior problems.)
SKILL BUILDER CLASSES: Provide one-hour group classes for youth 10-16 with topics including; life skills, Why Try, Anger Management, Theft Prevention, and Parenting Wisely.
ASSESSMENT, INTERVENTION, AND REFERRAL SERVICES (AIRS): A 24-hour crisis call response, centralized assessment, intake department for ACH programs, and makes referrals to services in the community.
THE LIFE (LEARNING INDEPENDENCE FROM EXPERIENCE) PROJECT : A supervised independent living program for youth, ages 18-21, benefit from a variety of housing options that promote learning, provide guidance, build necessary skills and lead toward full independence.
SAFE PLACE: Provides immediate help to young people under the age of 18 years, experiencing a crisis.
YOUTH EMERGENCY SHELTER: Offers runaway, homeless, street youth, and trafficking survivors, ages 10-17, 24-hour immediate safe shelter and care while ACH works to reunite them with their families or find safe and stable alternative living arrangements.
ADOPTION: Provides services for families until the adoption is finalized. Also provides post-adoption support and referral services to families, as needed.
FOSTER CARE: Provides services for children, ages 0-17, in the conservatorship of the state of Texas
SUMMIT PROGRAM : An innovative crisis stabilization and respite program serving youth, ages 10-17.
RTC: A safe environment for teenagers to work on skills and healing.
TURNING POINT: A crisis intervention, acute stabilization, and family preservation program providing foster children and caregivers with therapeutic interventions that prevent hospitalizations and placement disruptions.
WEDGWOOD TRANSITIONAL LIVING PROGRAM: offers homes for youth, ages 14-17, who are unable to live with their families or in a community home setting.