Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS)

Community Early Childhood Center is dedicated to offering services that build youth in the community. They offer childcare and early learning opportunities for infants through 12 years including after-school education, positive youth support, children’s homelessness and youth enrichment. Their after-school program provides children with a safe, consistent and positive learning environment where they encourage the development of new friendships, a sense of belonging, positive staff interactions and hands-on activities including arts and crafts, outdoor recreation and music as they discover more about the world around them.

515.573.5461

1315 S 24th St, Fort Dodge

All therapy services for individuals and families, in-home counseling (DHS contracted), counseling (Juvenile Court Services contracted) and behavioral health intervention services.

515.570.4648
888.316.3025

5 N. 27th St., Fort Dodge

Gateway to Discovery is a nonprofit organization that has established a two-year residential faith-based recovery program to support women in their rise from the depths of chemical addiction, homelessness and related struggles. It offers a long-term sanctuary as a haven from the social, psychological and economic factors that drive women to desperate means for survival–along with an array of support services and educational opportunities, at no cost to them. They learn social and other life skills crucial to maintaining sobriety and becoming independent contributing members of society. It is based on the simple premise that “Love Changes Lives.”

515.269.3027

PO Box 432, Fort Dodge

Children & Families of Iowa (CFI) provides parenting workshops for those who are experiencing challenges with young children (0-8 years). The parenting workshops provide parents with methods and strategies to promote positive behavior. These classes are very helpful in learning how to best foster your child’s emotional and social skills and offer effective ways to develop and teach household rules, provide new methods to help your child follow directions and provide the importance of building relationships with your child.

Classes are held in Webster, Pocahontas and Calhoun County locations. For more information, class locations and dates, please contact Kelsey Casey at 515.573.2193. Each session includes six free classes (must attend all six classes). A light meal and childcare will also be provided.

515.573.2193 ext. 205

Children & Families of Iowa, 111 Ave O West, Fort Dodge

Prairie Lakes AEA is one of nine Area Education Agencies created in 1974 by the Iowa legislature to ensure equal educational opportunities for all children from birth through age 21. Support to local schools is provided through three service areas: Educational Services, Information & Technology and Special Education. Prairie Lakes AEA supports educators, parents, and the communities we serve as we work together toward one ultimate goal–to improve student learning. Our region stretches over 14 counties including 40 public and 11 accredited nonpublic schools.

515.574.5500
800.669.2325

1235 5th Ave S, Fort Dodge

www.plaea.org

Rabiner Treatment Center provides a full continuum of services for the youth they serve. Their programming, which includes residential and non-residential care, is geared to meet a wide variety of client needs. Core services include on-campus education; individual, family and group counseling; skill development; vocational training; community volunteerism and community service and restitution. Non-residential programs include an alternative school suspension center, GED, vocational training, placement for children needing a more structured school environment. Their program employs cognitive restructuring and skill development to help youth focus on identifying and changing irresponsible thinking patterns. With a comprehensive continuum of treatment services that support safety, permanency and well-being, their evidence-based cognitive/behavioral approach reinforces pro-social behaviors.

515.576.7388 or 515.573.1370

1762 Johnson Ave, Fort Dodge

The agency provides home-based services for pregnant women, infants and toddlers and center-based preschool services for 3 and 4 year olds. Services address health, nutrition and language development; social-emotional, physical and cognitive development. Programs support school readiness and family well-being. In providing services, Y.O.U.R., Inc. relies on additional community resource agencies to assist families in moving toward self-sufficiency and to help children reach their full potential. Sensory and development screenings are completed with each child and research-based ongoing assessment tracks their progress.

515.573.2453 ext. 202 Fax: 515.573.2382
888.484.1039

214 S 13th St, Fort Dodge