About us

The Village Children and Family Services, LIC provides direct, supportive in-home services to individuals between the ages of 5 and 65 who are at risk of hospitalization, homelessness or social isolation due to mental, behavioral, or emotional illnesses with significant functional limitations. These services are provided without regard to race, religion, national origin, sex or cultural differences. The primary goal of this program is to preserve the family unit and prevent the unnecessary placement of the individual outside of their homes and/or their home community.

This program is committed to providing unconditional support to families through flexible, timely and least intrusive services. Unconditional support is defined as a commitment to serve families until they no longer need or desire services. Least intrusive services are defined as planning and providing services based upon on-going family needs and using the appropriate quantity of Services as required.

Core principles in providing services are: