UCAN’s programs are guided by a Clinical Philosophy and united under a cohesive approach for treating our clients who are challenged by their histories of trauma. Our objective is to provide a consistent approach for serving our youth and families. We empower them by building upon their strengths, encouraging their sense of independence, and instilling hope for their futures.
Prevention & Empowerment Services
Foster Grandparents spend 15-40 hours per week helping children on a one-on-one basis, generally in a school setting, providing support to historically underserved children who are pre-school or school-aged.
Alumni Services & Association
The Alumni Services Program (ASP) provides youth and their children with an array of support and resources to assist in navigating their goals after transitioning out of the foster care system.
Therapeutic & Clinical Services
Foster Care & Transitional Services
Transitional Teen Services
Group living environments for teen youth in care, Teen Living Program sites with group living, and Independent Living Program for youth in apartment-like arrangements.