SAPA (Sexual Abuse Prevention & Advocacy)
The purpose of the program is to serve children, adolescents & their families who are affected by issues regarding inappropriate sexual behaviors. (You mean their is an appropriate child sex behaviors? Ahhh yes we will say we ‘FIXED’ it by shutting the victim down—Victim STOP TELLING—Cured- another success story) The program serves both victims and offenders..
Ellisha M Smith, LMSW
Features and Benefits
SAPA has a wide variety of services designed to support the building of successful strategy teams to assist clients in reaching their goals of preventing (the telling of) abuse and the need for out-of-home placements. The primary purpose of each service is to be utilized as part of the client's strategic plan. The program will work differently for each individual, but we have services that can help them in every aspect of their lives. The following is a list of those services:
- Individual Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Family Support Services
- Supervised Visits
- Family Therapy
- In-home Family Therapy
Youth that participate in this program will be able to receive all or as little as one of these services. Each youth's needs are evaluated at the time of intake, based on situation, family input, case worker input, clinician recommendation, and ability to pay for services (Its monetary—it ALL about the money)
It is our intent to work in a respectful partnership with individuals, families, and other natural and professional supports, using collaborative processes to build upon strengths and abilities, and to help maintain stability and independence through self-directed goals and motivation.
Population that we serve
We serve juveniles under the age of 18 and their family members (the perps who fucked the children inappropriately so we can leave the victims in the house with the offender). We have two different programs that we utilize depending on the age and cognitive ability of the offender.
How treatment is conducted
Treatment (Silencing the Victim) is conducted in the individual and the group setting . Group spaces will be limited, so a client may receive individual services while waiting for a group opening. A juvenile can receive both individual and group services simultaneously.
Treatment is completed based on the client completing the program and the recommendation of the treatment clinician. A certificate of completion will be given to the youth once their program is complete. JJA workers, court services workers, and case managers will receive a monthly report of the youth's progress.
CAN WE SAY? WTF ALREADY? THE YOUTH GETS A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION—HOW TO STAY SILENT SO WE CAN KEEP MAKING MONEY—HOW TO RAPE YOUR OFFSPRING AND GET AWAY WITH IT. (fuck you Odyssey group)