Common questions and answers about Foundations Counseling New Hampshire.
Downloadable patient forms.
Do the therapists at Foundations Counseling also work for the Division of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF)?
No. We do, however, have a partnership with them. We contract with DCYF to provide treatment services for their clients. We primarily work with the parents but can also provide services for youth involved with juvenile justice. We do not work with children.
Is my information confidential?
Once we connect with you, your confidentiality starts. We cannot share your information, with anyone, without your written consent. You can choose what, if any, information you want us to share. For example, if a client is not comfortable having us share information with DCYF, they can choose not to sign a release or sign a limited release for attendance only. That way DCYF knows you are working with us, but that’s all they know.
How do I access services?
All of our referrals come directly from DCYF. It’s best to ask your CPSW (Child Protective Service Worker) or JPPO (Juvenile Probation & Parole Officer) for a referral to the DCYF MLADC program. Alternatively, you can give us a call and we will try to help directly!
What services do you provide?
We provide co-occurring substance use and mental health outpatient treatment. Clients engage with a therapist to complete an intake assessment and develop a treatment plan based on your needs. We also provide clinical case management services as needed to help you connect to other community providers who can help you on your recovery journey.
Can you do a LADC Evaluation?
We only complete LADC Evaluations for DCYF court cases.
Do I need insurance? How much does it cost?
We bill DCYF for the services we provide. There is no cost to you.
How effective are your services?
During the past state fiscal year, when clients engaged in short or long-term treatment with us during a DCYF assessment, 77% of families remained together. For cases where court action was taken, 64% of the families were reunified.
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