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  • Family Centered Treatment (FCT)
Full Name: Good Life
Good Life Counseling & Support
Street
Address
200 N 34th Street
Norfolk, NE 68702
Mailing
Address
200 N 34th Street
Norfolk, NE 68702
Description Family Centered Treatment® (FCT) is a model of intensive in home treatment services for youth and families using psychotherapy designed to reduce maltreatment, improve caretaking and coping skills, enhance family resiliency, develop healthy and nurturing relationships, and increase children’s physical, mental, emotional, and educational well-being through family value changes.

  1. Families with a youth who is at risk of an out of home placement due to the youth’s medical necessity for a higher level of care.
  2. Note that for the purpose of this document and the Foster Care Prevention Plan, the youth must be placed in the home for this service to be documented on the FCPP.


Average length of service is approximately 180 days. Minimally, treatment intensity calls for multiple multi-hour face to face contacts per week.  This may consist of an average of five hours of therapy per week with the family/family members (a combination of individual, dyads, family sessions) Services may occur in home, office, school, etc.

FCT has had successful outcomes in several states and jurisdictions working with families who have had multi-generational system involvement.  Instead of addressing the symptoms of a behavior and obtaining compliance with a family plan, the foundation of the model is to treat systemic trauma that a family may have experienced and to treat the underlying cause of the family’s issue.
Hours MTWTh 8:00am-7:00pm F 8:00am-5:00pm
Telephone (402) 371-3044 Tollfree
TDD Fax
Website E-mail
Barrier Free? Unknown Ages Served 0 - No upper limit
Counties Served Antelope, Boone, Cedar, Colfax, Cuming, Holt, Knox, Madison, Nance, Pierce, Platte, Stanton, Wayne.
Eligibility
  1. Families with a youth who is at risk of an out of home placement due to the youth’s medical necessity for a higher level of care.
  2. Note that for the purpose of this document and the Foster Care Prevention Plan, the youth must be placed in the home for this service to be documented on the FCPP.
Cost Medicaid will pay for service: United HealthCare, Well Care, and Nebraska Total Care
 
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Date revised for accuracy: January 06, 2020

 

Attention: The information provided above is part of a database of providers. If you wish to contact the provider, please do so using the information listed above. The NRRS and the Center on Children, Families, and the Law does not have additional information about this provider.



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