HBI has developed specialized treatment programs to address specific issues that affect the whole family rather than just the child or the individual. Treatment plans include the child/individual, the parents, and extended family (if applicable) and are required to participate in the process. These value-added programs and services are proven to be very powerful in augmenting traditional therapeutic interventions!
This class is designed to equip parents with the skills they need to manage their children, because children are not born with instruction manuals. Parents whose children are receiving therapy and rehabilitative services are encouraged to attend this 6-week class (2 hours/session every other week) with emphasis on healthy communication, caring for children with special needs, and promoting healthy families.
Held alongside the Parenting Classes; participants are separated by age groups: 5-7 years-old, 8-9 years-old, 10-12 years-old and 13+ years.
A dynamic group for teens (ages 13-18) where they can discuss issues that are relevant to this very unique period of their development stage in a structured and safe environment dealing with issues of addiction and behavioral patterns that are creating problems at home, school, or with peers.
Designed especially for female adolescents (ages 13-17) to help improve their confidence and build self-esteem
Held weekly, to help kids ages 7-10 cope with the pain and changes caused by their parents’ divorce.
Held weekly to help children ages 7-13 to survive the agony of separation when their parents are deported to their country of origin.
Special program to teach children discipline and confidence through martial arts.
To teach children (ages 8-12) and teens (ages 13-17) the healthy and effective ways to handle and respond to bullies, including cyber bullying.
Three 2-week sessions offered during summer to promote physical fitness in children and adolescents through sports and outdoor play. Facilitators of this program are former professional athletes who endeavor to have a positive influence on our youth.