Case managers collaboratively work with families to arrange, coordinate, monitor, and evaluate individualized services needed to meet the client’s needs.
Vantage Point provides families the opportunity to move forward in a positive parent-child relationship by facilitating supervised visits.
Tutors are specifically matched to the educational needs of each youth. Vantage Point staff collaborate with school personnel to improve the youth's academic performance.
Empowers parents through training, skills building and connections to natural community supports.
Highly individualized services that help youth develop skills to be successful in the community. Services may be conducted one-on-one or in structured group settings.
Services are provided with the goal of enhancing the child’s level of functioning, quality of life, and use of social skills. Habilitation services are provided face-to-face in the child's home or community.
Support services during the day or evening that include intensive supervision and other interventions designed to prevent the removal of the child from the home.
Father specific education, support and activities to improve safety, stability, well-being, and permanency for their children.
Family-centered education through training and activities to help children and parents take advantage of concrete social supports.
Services focused on reducing barriers to regular and positive school attendance through education, crisis intervention and other supports.
Service provided for an individual who is providing unpaid support/supervision for the youth. This service provides education and supports to the caregiver that preserves the family unit and increases confidence, stamina, and empowerment.
Now proudly serving: Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Lake, Laporte, Marion, and Morgan counties.