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Therapeutic Treatment Approach

Compassion Care Group programs will provide a loving environment for female adolescents to assist with past traumatic experiences. We will provide a safe, empathetic, and supportive setting. Studies indicate that the optimal approach for addressing mental health, depression, anxiety, and behavioral issues involves utilizing residential environments tailored to specific genders. Every personalized residential treatment program for adolescents integrates evidence-based clinical approaches, experiential therapy, and academic components. We identify and address the root causes o f self-destructive behaviors. With a staff-to-resident ratio of 2:4, we offer each adolescent dedicated support and guidance, fostering the acquisition of lifelong skills for their well-being and happiness.

What Is Teen Residential Treatment?

Residential treatment programs are offered in healthcare facilities that provide a structured environment. A residential schedule for young adolescents includes clinical care, experiential activities, and academics. While in residential treatment, clients live in comfortable settings and are supervised by trained staff. Staff members include psychologists, therapists, counselors, and nurses. At Compassion Care, our residential programs for young adolescents include an educational element alongside a well-organized schedule of clinical therapy. Teens engage in individual, family, and group therapy, along with various other approaches. Research suggests that the most effective residential treatment involves an integrated approach, addressing all facets of an adolescent’s well-being:

  • Psychological
  • Physical relationships
  • Educational

Family Involvement

Our goal is to facilitate the healing of both the teenager and the entire family, mending any disruptions in the parent-child relationship to ensure adolescents feel secure seeking support from their parents during challenging times. Our mandatory parent involvement not only emphasizes aiding parents but also concentrates on assisting them in their own healing journey, fostering the development of a cohesive family unit. Studies emphasize that family engagement is a crucial component of an adolescent residential treatment program. Compassion Care facilitates outreach to the adolescent’s family members and seeks their participation in the adolescent’s treatment program. Compassion Care provides discharge planning, family-based aftercare, and support for a minimum of 6 months after the child is discharged.

Compassion Care Treatment Team

The team consists of a licensed and board-certified psychiatrist licensed therapists (LCSW/LPC) with specializations in teen mental health. The Compassion Care Treatment Team will meet daily at our adolescent treatment facility to review and discuss each adolescent’s individualized treatment plans and progress toward goals. Upon admission to our residential treatment center for adolescents, each is assigned a treatment team that develops a personalized program to ensure growth and sustainable healing. The treatment team may include some or all disciplines:

  • Psychiatrist
  • Individual Therapist
  • Family Therapist
  • Registered Nurse
  • Counselor
  • Clinical Director, who oversees the Treatment Team

> Psychiatrist

 
Role:

The Psychiatrist at Compassion Care Group LP specializes in addressing the mental health needs of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. They are a licensed medical doctor with expertise in psychiatric diagnosis and treatment.

Services Provided:

  • Psychiatric Evaluation:

    The Psychiatrist conducts comprehensive psychiatric assessments to diagnose mental health conditions in youth, including depression, anxiety, trauma-related disorders, and more.

  • Medication Management:

    They prescribe, manage, and monitor medications when indicated, ensuring that medication plans are safe and effective in addressing the youth’s mental health challenges.

  • Treatment Planning:

    The Psychiatrist collaborates with the treatment team to develop individualized treatment plans, incorporating medication, therapy, and other interventions as appropriate.

  • Crisis Intervention:

    In cases of acute mental health crises, the Psychiatrist provides immediate assessment and intervention to stabilize the youth’s condition and ensure their safety.

> Individual Therapist

 
Role:

The Individual Therapist at Compassion Care Group LP specializes in providing one-on-one therapeutic support to at-risk female youth aged 10-14.

Services Provided:

  • Assessment and Goal Setting:

    They conduct initial assessments to understand the youth’s unique challenges and collaboratively set treatment goals.

  • Therapy Sessions:

    Individual Therapists offer regular one-on-one therapy sessions, using evidence-based techniques to address emotional and behavioral issues, such as trauma, depression, self-esteem, and coping skills.

  • Progress Monitoring:

    They monitor the youth’s progress, adjust treatment plans as needed, and provide ongoing support to help achieve therapeutic goals.

  • Crisis Intervention:

    In moments of emotional crisis, Individual Therapists provide immediate support and intervention to ensure the youth’s well-being.

> Family Therapist

 
Role:

The Family Therapist at Compassion Care Group LP specializes in working with at-risk female youth aged 10-14 and their families to improve family dynamics and communication.

Services Provided:

  • Family Assessment:

    They assess family dynamics, identify areas of concern, and pinpoint potential sources of conflict within the family system.

  • Family Therapy Sessions:

    Family Therapists facilitate family therapy sessions to enhance communication, resolve conflicts, and strengthen family bonds. These sessions aim to address the needs of both the youth and their families.

  • Education and Support:

    Family Therapists educate families about the challenges their youth may be facing and provide guidance on how to support their child’s emotional and behavioral well-being.

> Registered Nurse

 
Role:

The Registered Nurse (RN) at Compassion Care Group LP focuses on the physical health and well-being of at-risk female youth aged 10-14.

Services Provided:

  • Health Assessments:

    RNs conduct initial health assessments, including medical history and current health status, to ensure the youth’s physical well-being.

  • Medication Administration:

    They administer prescribed medications, monitor dosages, and oversee medication schedules to ensure adherence.

  • Health Monitoring:

    RNs monitor vital signs, physical symptoms, and any signs of illness or discomfort, providing immediate first aid and basic medical care as needed.

  • Health Education:

    RNs educate youth about healthy living practices, nutrition, and self-care to promote overall physical well-being.

> Counselor

 
Role:

The Counselor at Compassion Care Group LP focuses on providing support and guidance to at-risk female youth aged 10-14 within a group therapy context.

Services Provided:

  • Group Therapy:

    Counselors facilitate group therapy sessions, promoting peer support, communication skills, and emotional expression among youth.

  • Crisis Intervention:

    They provide immediate support and intervention during emotional crises or conflicts that may arise within the group setting.

  • Skill Development:

    Counselors help youth develop essential life skills, including problem-solving, communication, and emotional regulation.

  • Conflict Resolution:

    They assist youth in resolving conflicts and building positive relationships with their peers.

> Clinical Director

 
Role:

The Clinical Director at Compassion Care Group LP oversees the overall clinical and therapeutic services provided to at-risk female youth aged 10-14.

Services Provided:

  • Treatment Planning:

    The Clinical Director ensures the development of individualized treatment plans that align with best practices and treatment goals.

  • Staff Supervision:

    They provide supervision and guidance to the treatment team, including Psychiatrists, Therapists, and Nurses, to maintain high-quality care standards.

  • Quality Assurance:

    The Clinical Director ensures that all clinical services meet the highest standards of care and are evidence-based, overseeing ongoing evaluation and improvement of services.

  • Program Development:

    They contribute to the development and enhancement of therapeutic programs, ensuring they remain effective and responsive to youth’s needs.

  • Crisis Management:

    The Clinical Director plays a key role in managing and resolving clinical crises that may arise within the facility.

These professionals work collaboratively to address the physical, mental, emotional, and social needs of at-risk female youth aged 10-14 within the Compassion Care Group LP facility, ensuring that each youth receives comprehensive and individualized care. Compassion Care Group will outsource as needed other complex behavioral health or medical needs to appropriate providers within the building

Service Description

 
Compassion Care Group LP operates as a Residential Treatment Facility, Emotional and Behavioral Health Facility, and a Qualified Residential Treatment Program (QRTP), providing a safe setting for at-risk female youth ages 10-14 who need placement. Our services include, but are not limited to:

Residential Care

 
Our residential care program offers a safe and nurturing environment for at-risk female youth ages 10-14, providing them with round-the-clock supervision, support, and guidance to meet their physical, emotional, and developmental needs. Our goal is to create a stable and therapeutic living environment where youth can thrive and reach their full potential.

Therapeutic Services

 
We provide comprehensive therapeutic services, including individual and group counseling, trauma-informed therapy, one-to-one behavioral management, and life skills development. Through these services, we aim to help youth build resilience, develop coping strategies, and improve their overall well-being.

One-to-One Counseling

 
Service Description:

One-to-One Counseling at Compassion Care Group LP is a specialized therapeutic service designed to provide individualized support and treatment to at-risk female youth aged 10-14. This counseling service is conducted by highly trained and licensed therapists with expertise in teen mental health.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of One-to-One Counseling is to address the unique needs, concerns, and challenges faced by each youth in our care. This service offers a safe and confidential space for youth to express their thoughts, emotions, and experiences.

Approach:

Our therapists utilize evidence-based therapeutic techniques tailored to the specific needs of each youth. They work collaboratively with the youth to identify and explore underlying issues, develop coping strategies, and promote emotional healing. The therapeutic process fosters self-awareness, emotional regulation, and the acquisition of healthy coping skills.

Outcomes:

Through One-to-One Counseling, youth can expect to achieve several positive outcomes, including:

  • Improved emotional well-being
  • Enhanced self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Better understanding and management of their emotions
  • Increased resilience and coping skills
  • Enhanced problem-solving abilities
  • Development of healthy relationships
  • Greater self-awareness and personal growth

Experiential Therapy

 
Service Description:

Experiential Therapy at Compassion Care Group LP is a dynamic and impactful form of therapy that engages at-risk female youth aged 10-14 in hands-on and interactive activities. This therapeutic approach is designed to promote emotional healing, self-discovery, and personal growth through experiential learning.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of Experiential Therapy is to help youth explore and address emotional and behavioral issues by engaging in activities that challenge their comfort zones and encourage self-reflection. This therapy is particularly effective for adolescents as it allows them to see themselves in new ways.

Approach:

Our Experiential Therapy sessions are carefully designed to provide opportunities for youth to work collaboratively with their peers, develop problem-solving skills, and build self-esteem. Activities may include outdoor adventures, team-building exercises, art projects, and more. These activities are facilitated by trained therapists who guide the youth through the process.

Outcomes:

Participating in Experiential Therapy can lead to a range of positive outcomes for youth, including:

  • Increased self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Improved communication and social skills
  • Enhanced emotional regulation and coping abilities
  • Greater self-awareness and insight into personal challenges
  • Development of trust and positive relationships with peers and staff
  • A sense of accomplishment and personal growth

Art Therapy

 
Service Description:

Art Therapy at Compassion Care Group LP is a therapeutic approach that harnesses the creative process of making art to improve the mental, emotional, and psychological wellbeing of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. This form of therapy allows youth to express themselves in a non-verbal and creative manner.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of Art Therapy is to provide a creative outlet for youth to explore and process their thoughts, feelings, and experiences. This therapeutic approach can be especially beneficial for those who may find it challenging to express themselves verbally.

Approach:

Our Art Therapy sessions are conducted by trained and certified art therapists who guide youth through various creative activities, such as painting, drawing, sculpting, and other forms of artistic expression. Through these activities, youth can explore their emotions, address trauma, and develop a deeper understanding of themselves.

Outcomes:

Participating in Art Therapy can lead to a variety of positive outcomes for youth, including:

Improved emotional expression and communication
Enhanced self-esteem and self-acceptance
Reduction in stress and anxiety
Increased self-awareness and insight
Development of creative problem-solving skills
A sense of accomplishment and pride in their artistic creations

Music Therapy

 
Service Description:

Music Therapy at Compassion Care Group LP is a therapeutic approach that uses music and musical activities to address the emotional, cognitive, and social needs of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. This form of therapy harnesses the power of music to promote healing and personal growth.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of Music Therapy is to engage youth in creative and enjoyable musical experiences that facilitate emotional expression, communication, and self-discovery. Music provides a non-threatening medium for youth to explore their feelings and connect with others.

Approach:

Our Music Therapy sessions are conducted by certified music therapists who tailor activities to the specific needs and preferences of the youth. These activities may include singing, playing musical instruments, songwriting, and rhythmic exercises. Music therapists use music as a tool to help youth process their emotions and develop coping skills.

Outcomes:

Participating in Music Therapy can lead to a range of positive outcomes for youth, including:

  • Enhanced emotional expression and regulation
  • Improved communication and social skills
  • Increased self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Stress reduction and relaxation
  • Development of creativity and self-expression
  • A sense of connection and community through group musical activities

These therapy services are integral components of Compassion Care Group LP’s holistic approach to supporting the well-being and growth of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. Each therapy modality is tailored to meet the unique needs of the individuals in our care, helping them develop essential life skills and achieve positive outcomes.

Educational Support

Our organization is committed to supporting the educational needs of the youth in our care. We collaborate with schools, provide tutoring assistance, and offer educational enrichment activities to ensure that each youth has access to quality education and opportunities for academic growth.

Recreational Activities

We offer a range of recreational and leisure activities to promote physical fitness, social interaction, and healthy lifestyle choices. These activities may include sports, arts and crafts, music, outdoor adventures, and community outings, providing youth with opportunities for personal growth, self-expression, and enjoyment.

Hours of Operation

We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing continuous care and support to at-risk female youth ages 10-14 entrusted to our organization. Our dedicated staff members are available round-the-clock to ensure the safety, well-being, and needs of the youth are met at all times.

Needs and Characteristics of the Population Served

Compassion Care Group LP serves at-risk female youth ages 10-14 who are in need of placement. We are committed to understanding and addressing the unique needs, preferences, and circumstances of each individual, tailoring our services accordingly.

Goals and Scope of Service

Our services are designed to assist at-risk female youth ages 10-14 in achieving their goals related to their overall well-being, development, and future success. We utilize evidence-based practices and person-centered approaches to support youth in reaching their full potential and promoting their recovery, improved mental health, increased independence, and overall growth. Our dedicated team works collaboratively with each youth, their families, and relevant stakeholders to tailor our services and interventions to meet their unique needs and aspirations. By providing a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment, we strive to empower youth to overcome challenges, build resilience, and achieve positive outcomes in their lives.

Referral Services and Responsibilities

Compassion Care Group LP recognizes the importance of offering a comprehensive network of services to meet the diverse needs of our at-risk female youth aged 10-14. We understand that there may be situations where youth require specialized care or services that extend beyond the scope of what our facility can provide. In such cases, we actively collaborate with external providers and community resources to ensure that our youth receive the necessary care and support. This collaboration involves establishing clear procedures and assigning specific responsibilities to facilitate effective coordination and continuity of care.

Scope of Referral Services

Compassion Care Group LP offers a range of services to meet the basic needs and well-being of our at-risk female youth aged 10-14, including housing, nutrition, and general care. However, we acknowledge that certain situations may arise where youth require additional or specialized services, such as:

  • Dental Care:

    Youth in need of dental services that go beyond routine oral hygiene and basic dental first aid.

  • Medical Care Beyond First Aid:

    Cases where youth experience medical conditions or injuries that require medical attention beyond basic first aid.

  • Psychiatric Services:

    Situations where youth require psychiatric evaluation, treatment, or counseling to address mental health concerns.

  • Emergency Crisis Interventions:

    In certain emergencies involving unmanageable behavioral issues, acute medical conditions, or acute psychiatric crises that cannot be effectively addressed within our facility, Compassion Care Group LP will initiate a referral to the local hospital. This referral ensures that the youth receives the specialized care and attention required to address the emergency effectively and maintain their safety.

Our commitment to the well-being of our youth extends to accessing external resources when needed to provide the highest level of care and support.

Referral Process

When it becomes evident that a youth requires services beyond what our facility can offer, a structured referral process is initiated:

  • Assessment:

    The youth’s needs and conditions are thoroughly assessed by our trained staff to determine the necessity for external services

  • Identification of Providers:

    We identify reputable and qualified providers in the community who specialize in the required services. This often includes dentists, physicians, psychiatrists, or other healthcare professionals

  • Coordination:

    Compassion Care Group LP staff will coordinate with the selected providers to arrange appointments, share relevant medical records, and ensure seamless communication.

Responsibilities

To ensure effective coordination and continuity of care during the referral process, specific responsibilities are assigned:

  • Resident Advocate:

    A designated staff member acts as the resident advocate, assisting in identifying the need for external services and communicating with the youth to address any concerns or preferences.

  • Medical Liaison:

    A qualified healthcare professional on staff may serve as the medical liaison, working closely with external medical providers to ensure that the youth’s medical needs are met.

  • Scheduling and Transportation:

    Staff members are responsible for scheduling appointments, arranging transportation to external providers when necessary, and ensuring that youth arrive at appointments on time.

  • Record Keeping:

    Thorough documentation of the referral process, including assessment findings, communications with external providers, and appointment outcomes, is maintained to ensure continuity of care and compliance with regulations.

Community-Based Referrals

Referrals to external providers are typically made to healthcare professionals and service providers located near the address of our facility. This minimizes inconvenience for youth and ensures accessibility to care.

Revision and Updates

Compassion Care Group LP commits to revising and updating this Provider Service Plan whenever there are changes to the information provided in the Service Description section. Revisions will be made promptly to ensure accuracy, relevance, and alignment with current service offerings and goals.

Accessibility and Review

This Provider Service Plan is stored in the facility and available for review by individuals receiving services, their families, significant others, and the public. The Provider Service Plan is posted on the company website (www.compassioncaregroup.com) and can be accessed through our office upon request. We strive to provide the plan in an easily understandable format, accommodating any accessibility needs of individuals with disabilities. We will offer a referral to a language interpretation service when required.

Compliance

Compliance with this Provider Service Plan is the responsibility of all staff members and will be monitored regularly to ensure adherence to the outlined mission, vision, goals, and service descriptions. Any concerns or suggestions regarding the plan should be reported to the designated authority for review and appropriate action.By implementing this Provider Service Plan, Compassion Care Group LP aims to fulfill its mission, vision, and goals while delivering person-centered, high-quality services to at-risk female youth aged 10-14 in need.
Our Art Therapy sessions are conducted by trained and certified art therapists who guide youth through various creative activities, such as painting, drawing, sculpting, and other forms of artistic expression. Through these activities, youth can explore their emotions, address trauma, and develop a deeper understanding of themselves.

Outcomes:

Participating in Art Therapy can lead to a variety of positive outcomes for youth, including:

Improved emotional expression and communication
Enhanced self-esteem and self-acceptance
Reduction in stress and anxiety
Increased self-awareness and insight
Development of creative problem-solving skills
A sense of accomplishment and pride in their artistic creations

Music Therapy

Service Description:

Music Therapy at Compassion Care Group LP is a therapeutic approach that uses music and musical activities to address the emotional, cognitive, and social needs of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. This form of therapy harnesses the power of music to promote healing and personal growth.

Purpose:

The primary purpose of Music Therapy is to engage youth in creative and enjoyable musical experiences that facilitate emotional expression, communication, and self-discovery. Music provides a non-threatening medium for youth to explore their feelings and connect with others.

Approach:

Our Music Therapy sessions are conducted by certified music therapists who tailor activities to the specific needs and preferences of the youth. These activities may include singing, playing musical instruments, songwriting, and rhythmic exercises. Music therapists use music as a tool to help youth process their emotions and develop coping skills.

Outcomes:

Participating in Music Therapy can lead to a range of positive outcomes for youth, including:

  • Enhanced emotional expression and regulation
  • Improved communication and social skills
  • Increased self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Stress reduction and relaxation
  • Development of creativity and self-expression
  • A sense of connection and community through group musical activities

These therapy services are integral components of Compassion Care Group LP’s holistic approach to supporting the well-being and growth of at-risk female youth aged 10-14. Each therapy modality is tailored to meet the unique needs of the individuals in our care, helping them develop essential life skills and achieve positive outcomes.

Educational Support

Our organization is committed to supporting the educational needs of the youth in our care. We collaborate with schools, provide tutoring assistance, and offer educational enrichment activities to ensure that each youth has access to quality education and opportunities for academic growth.

Recreational Activities

We offer a range of recreational and leisure activities to promote physical fitness, social interaction, and healthy lifestyle choices. These activities may include sports, arts and crafts, music, outdoor adventures, and community outings, providing youth with opportunities for personal growth, self-expression, and enjoyment.

Hours of Operation

We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing continuous care and support to at-risk female youth ages 10-14 entrusted to our organization. Our dedicated staff members are available round-the-clock to ensure the safety, well-being, and needs of the youth are met at all times.

Needs and Characteristics of the Population Served

Compassion Care Group LP serves at-risk female youth ages 10-14 who are in need of placement. We are committed to understanding and addressing the unique needs, preferences, and circumstances of each individual, tailoring our services accordingly.

Goals and Scope of Service

Our services are designed to assist at-risk female youth ages 10-14 in achieving their goals related to their overall well-being, development, and future success. We utilize evidence-based practices and person-centered approaches to support youth in reaching their full potential and promoting their recovery, improved mental health, increased independence, and overall growth. Our dedicated team works collaboratively with each youth, their families, and relevant stakeholders to tailor our services and interventions to meet their unique needs and aspirations. By providing a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment, we strive to empower youth to overcome challenges, build resilience, and achieve positive outcomes in their lives.

Referral Services and Responsibilities

Compassion Care Group LP recognizes the importance of offering a comprehensive network of services to meet the diverse needs of our at-risk female youth aged 10-14. We understand that there may be situations where youth require specialized care or services that extend beyond the scope of what our facility can provide. In such cases, we actively collaborate with external providers and community resources to ensure that our youth receive the necessary care and support. This collaboration involves establishing clear procedures and assigning specific responsibilities to facilitate effective coordination and continuity of care.

Scope of Referral Services

Compassion Care Group LP offers a range of services to meet the basic needs and well-being of our at-risk female youth aged 10-14, including housing, nutrition, and general care. However, we acknowledge that certain situations may arise where youth require additional or specialized services, such as:

  • Dental Care:

    Youth in need of dental services that go beyond routine oral hygiene and basic dental first aid.

  • Medical Care Beyond First Aid:

    Cases where youth experience medical conditions or injuries that require medical attention beyond basic first aid.

  • Psychiatric Services:

    Situations where youth require psychiatric evaluation, treatment, or counseling to address mental health concerns.

  • Emergency Crisis Interventions:

    In certain emergencies involving unmanageable behavioral issues, acute medical conditions, or acute psychiatric crises that cannot be effectively addressed within our facility, Compassion Care Group LP will initiate a referral to the local hospital. This referral ensures that the youth receives the specialized care and attention required to address the emergency effectively and maintain their safety.

Our commitment to the well-being of our youth extends to accessing external resources when needed to provide the highest level of care and support.

Referral Process

When it becomes evident that a youth requires services beyond what our facility can offer, a structured referral process is initiated:

  • Assessment:

    The youth’s needs and conditions are thoroughly assessed by our trained staff to determine the necessity for external services

  • Identification of Providers:

    We identify reputable and qualified providers in the community who specialize in the required services. This often includes dentists, physicians, psychiatrists, or other healthcare professionals

  • Coordination:

    Compassion Care Group LP staff will coordinate with the selected providers to arrange appointments, share relevant medical records, and ensure seamless communication.

Responsibilities

To ensure effective coordination and continuity of care during the referral process, specific responsibilities are assigned:

  • Resident Advocate:

    A designated staff member acts as the resident advocate, assisting in identifying the need for external services and communicating with the youth to address any concerns or preferences.

  • Medical Liaison:

    A qualified healthcare professional on staff may serve as the medical liaison, working closely with external medical providers to ensure that the youth’s medical needs are met.

  • Scheduling and Transportation:

    Staff members are responsible for scheduling appointments, arranging transportation to external providers when necessary, and ensuring that youth arrive at appointments on time.

  • Record Keeping:

    Thorough documentation of the referral process, including assessment findings, communications with external providers, and appointment outcomes, is maintained to ensure continuity of care and compliance with regulations.

Community-Based Referrals

Referrals to external providers are typically made to healthcare professionals and service providers located near the address of our facility. This minimizes inconvenience for youth and ensures accessibility to care.

Revision and Updates

Compassion Care Group LP commits to revising and updating this Provider Service Plan whenever there are changes to the information provided in the Service Description section. Revisions will be made promptly to ensure accuracy, relevance, and alignment with current service offerings and goals.

Accessibility and Review

This Provider Service Plan is stored in the facility and available for review by individuals receiving services, their families, significant others, and the public. The Provider Service Plan is posted on the company website (www.compassioncaregroup.com) and can be accessed through our office upon request. We strive to provide the plan in an easily understandable format, accommodating any accessibility needs of individuals with disabilities. We will offer a referral to a language interpretation service when required.

Compliance

Compliance with this Provider Service Plan is the responsibility of all staff members and will be monitored regularly to ensure adherence to the outlined mission, vision, goals, and service descriptions. Any concerns or suggestions regarding the plan should be reported to the designated authority for review and appropriate action.By implementing this Provider Service Plan, Compassion Care Group LP aims to fulfill its mission, vision, and goals while delivering person-centered, high-quality services to at-risk female youth aged 10-14 in need.