If you believe your child or teenager is at-risk or troubled, please read our frequently asked questions to learn more about the Chase Home and what we offer. If you do not see your question or do not understand an answer, please contact us.
A variety of factors can contribute to at-risk youth. At the Chase Home, we typically see issues revolving around an unstable school environment, poor community resources, negative childhood experiences, and family instability and dysfunction
Every child is different and displays their behavior in their own way. The common warning signs we see are failing grades, extreme mood swings, drug/alcohol abuse, bullying, and problems with anger management.
If you’re worried about your child’s behavior, reach out to our team for help. As a parent or guardian, It can be challenging to get to the root of the problem.
The Chase Home helps at-risk youth develop meaningful relationships, set and reach goals, engage in the community and with their peers, and create structure in a safe and nurturing environment
We serve children between the ages of 11 and 19 but also serve older youth ages 18 to 21 who are looking to develop necessary life skills. Additionally, we serve the families of these children by offering ongoing support and guidance as necessary. This ensures everyone receives access to the best resources and information as is possible.