Haven House offers programs that help youth that are having problems at school, such as bullying, disruptive behaviors, truancy, etc. These programs include:
Juvenile Diversion Team – Works with youth and families not currently involved in the juvenile justice system who have problems, such as truancy, not complying with rules at home, and/or running away
Second Round – Fitness-based intervention program that helps youth ages 12-21 build competencies in four cornerstone areas: Wellness, Learning (includes education), Community, and Leadership.
Multi-Systemic Therapy – Partners with youth and their families to provide an evidence-based treatment program in an effort to strengthen the family unit and ensure that youth can successfully remain in their homes and/or communities. Works to help youth stay in school, re-engage youth in school, and/or find employment.
Gang Outreach – Uses a combination of community engagement and case management to help curb gang activity for youth at-risk for gang involvement or currently gang involved.
Community Alternatives Program – Provides intensive case management, intensive monitoring, family support, and services for youth currently at-risk for placement in detention or pending release from detention
Wrenn House – The only homeless, runaway, and crisis intervention program and shelter for youth ages 10-17 in the Triangle. Youth in Wake County schools are transported to school each day.