Medicaid-Funded In-Home Services

This program provides intensive, time-limited, in-home crisis intervention and treatment for children and adolescents who are at risk of being moved into an out-of-home placement or who are being transitioned to home from out-of-home placement due to documented clinical needs of the child.

Individual and Family Support

In this strengths-based and family-focused program, our home-based counselors serve as advocates for children and their families. They provide assistance, support, and training to attain and sustain community placement, effectively meeting the needs of their children in a safe, positive, and healthy manner.

School Refusal Program

School Refusal is the refusal to attend school, difficulties remaining in class for the entire day, or both. Children who refuse school often have significant struggles with anxiety, mood disorder, or emotional regulation. School refusal is often a symptom of these struggles.

The school refusal program at Family Priority is a two-month intensive treatment process. During this process, the worker will help to identify the reason for refusing school and create a family and individual treatment plan based on the underlying reason a child is refusing school.

TF-CBT: Trauma-Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

TF-CBT is a structured, short-term treatment model that effectively improves a range of trauma-related outcomes TF-CBT effectively addresses trauma impacts, including affective (e.g., depressive, anxiety), cognitive and behavioral problems, as well as improving the participating parent’s or caregiver’s personal distress about the child’s traumatic experience.

Therapeutic Mentoring: Chantilly Location

Therapeutic Mentoring is a home and community-based service of structured one-on-one mentoring sessions between a Therapeutic Mentor and a youth, ages 8-18. It is designed to support specific goals related to the acquisition of skills in two specific areas: interpersonal (social skills) and self-management (executive functioning) skills.

Parent Coaching: Family Support Services

Family Priority’s model is to help parents understand their child(ren)’s developmental needs, develop positive/proactive approaches to managing challenging behaviors, and to tap into parent and family strengths and natural supports. Parent Coaching services take place in the home, working with the parent to identify areas of strength and growth in their parenting. Parent Coaching services occurs 3-5 hours weekly and is dependent on family need.  Parent Coaching covers topics related to: Theories of Development,  Understanding Trauma, Attachment and Parenting Styles,  Building Routines and Rituals, Attunement, Regulation/Co-Regulation, Self-care, Communication, Conflict Resolution Skills, and Behavior Management Strategies.

Outpatient Services

The mission of Family Priority Outpatient Services is to assist individuals, couples, and families in reaching improved levels of function through the delivery of outpatient services that: build on strengths, demonstrate each person is valued, respected, and capable of making constructive change; focus on achieving the service outcomes desired by clients and referring agencies; increase their capacity to deal effectively with life’s challenges; and to help clients realize the potential as contributing members of the community.

“One hundred years from now
It won’t matter
What kind of car I drove
What kind of house I lived in
How much money I had in the bank
Nor what my clothes looked like
The world may be a little better
Because, I was important
In the life of a child.”


“One hundred years from now it won’t matter what kind of car I drove, what kind of house I lived in, how much money I had in the bank, nor what my clothes looked like
The world may be a little better because, I was important In the life of a child.”


Change a life today

Just as our name implies, Family is our Priority. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help make a difference in your family’s lives.