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At Life Opportunities Behavioral Health Services, we are dedicated to empowering children and families to navigate towards a positive and fulfilling life. As part of our unwavering commitment, we strive to facilitate connections between individuals and the online and community-based resources available to support them throughout their unique journeys. Whether you are seeking information, guidance, or assistance, we are here to help.

Our aim is to provide a comprehensive collection of resources that can enhance your access to valuable support networks. If you have any questions regarding the resources listed on our website or if you require information about additional services that may not be included, we encourage you to reach out to us. Our knowledgeable team is ready to assist you and ensure you receive the guidance and information you need.

At Life Opportunities Behavioral Health Services, we believe in the transformative power of connections and the profound impact they can have on individuals and families. Together, let's explore the available resources and embrace the possibilities for positive change. Contact us today, and let us help you on your journey towards a brighter future.

Life Opportunities

These websites  offer resources for parents, grandparents and other caregivers who need support for behavior management, disability rights and other challenges involved in caring for children with behavioral or emotional challenges.

Life Opportunities

These websites can help children find fun community activities to fuel their social and creative growth as well as community resources to support them as foster or adopted children.

Life Opportunities

These websites offer resources for adolescents including emergency hotlines, news, and community organizations that can help fuel their social and creative development.

Life Opportunities

Looking for an adoption agency, caregiver tools or information about state foster care laws? The websites below can help you stay informed and succeed as a caregiver to children with special needs.

Support for Behavioral Health Challenge

Our Therapeutic Foster Care clinicians coordinate a child’s person-centered plan, guiding the family through the process with the support of the Child and Family team. Our belief is that whatever behavioral health challenges a child and family is having, whether it’s anxiety, depression, problems in school or other challenges, the family possesses the natural strengths and abilities it needs to succeed—and we’re here to support them each step of the way.