Helping children, youth, young adults and their families
Helping children, youth, young adults and their families find their path to healing and hope is at the core of our work. We can only achieve this by striving for excellence and providing an array of services that is needed and wanted by the community we serve. As an agency already using evidence-based practices, we are enhancing the quality and effectiveness of our work by initiating a new trauma care model – Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC). At the same time, we are expanding our service array and locations where we provide services. Ryther has therapists in more schools and social service agencies, we have launched a “health home” program (coordinating care for children with both a serious physical health issue and behavioral health care issues), and we added a day treatment program. As we expand our services to serve more than 800 children, youth and young adults each month – regardless of payer, gender identity, sexual orientation, race or ethnicity or place of origin – we do so with the intention that we would want our own families to use these services should they need them.
Ryther provides exceptional therapeutic services to young people who are struggling emotionally and behaviorally so they may find a path to healing and hope.
Ryther envisions a community where all youth have hope, resilience and a chance to heal so they may look forward to the future.
Ryther is licensed and/or certified by the Department of Social and Health Services, Division of Licensed Resources, Division of Behavioral Health and Recovery Services, and is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) through 2019. Ryther is registered with the IRS as a tax-exempt organization having 501(c)(3)
status. Our tax-ID number is: 91-0564983.
Starting in 2017, Ryther began the implementation of a new framework for treating traumatic stress. The Attachment, Regulation and Competency (ARC) Model provides a process for staff, caregivers, and parents to create individualized interventions that promote resilience, strengthen child-caregiver relationships, and restore developmental competencies derailed by chronic, multiple stressors.
FUNDS RAISED IN 2017
VOLUNTEERS IN 2017
SITES WITH RYTHER SPECIALISTS
CLIENT VISITS IN 2017
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