Program areas at CVCA
Residential and academic: in addition to the revenue listed above, these programs received $3,981,194 of government grants during the fiscal year.flourtown, pa campus - there are five residential buildings licensed for 109 youths: 49 dependent care beds; and 60 residential treatment beds. There is a private academic licensed school for grades 7 through 12 and special education with small classroom size, individualized support, and a focus on credit recovery. Also, there is a treatment program for day students who attend the school.
Behavioral health services: a range of behavioral health services are provided at home, in schools and throughout the community including outpatient center in north philadelphia; intensive behavioral health services (ibhs) in philadelphia, montgomery, and Delaware counties; family based services in montgomery county; student assistance program (sap) in 29 schools in montgomery county; and women's voices, healthy choices serving opiate addicted women who are pregnant in norristown and pottstown.
Community based programs: these programs received $9,323,076 in government grants during the fiscal year.philadelphia and montgomery counties: a full continuum of community based placement services are offered including: foster care, general and treatment; community homes, a form of treatment foster care with up to four youths living in a home with a professional parent; supervised independent living apartments for older youth; in addition, there are prevention and early intervention services such as truancy, parents as teachers, and rapid service response programs. Norristown is the location of the family center and housing resource center.