The following programs serve both children and families.
Undergraduates, please see our Aurora Youth Options, Hampden Academy, Homeless Services, and our Metro Children’s Center programs for availability.
Aurora Youth Options – Prevention program screens youth for individual strengths and interests, links them to community resources and provides academic tutoring, mentoring and additional support as needed.
Child and Family Counseling Centers – The Child & Family Counseling Centers are outpatient teams that provide services to a diverse lifespan population and have a mix of multidisciplinary staff. Services provided include assessment, diagnosis, individual adult and individual child therapy, family and group therapies and work with schools and other agencies serving children and families.
Early Childhood and Family Center – Provides counseling services to children birth to age six and their families.
Hampden Academy – Day treatment program for adolescents ages 13-18 who are unable to function in a regular classroom setting. Clients receive individual, family, and group therapies while attending the day treatment program.
Metro Children’s Center – Day treatment program serving children from ages 7-13. Clients receive individual, family, and group therapies while attending the day treatment program.
Trauma Resilience Youth Program (TRYP) – This program provides evidenced-based trauma treatment and increased access to services for first and second generation refugee and immigrant children who have resettled in Aurora and the neighboring areas.