Board of Child Care (BCC) offers high-intensity programming for females ages 14-20 who meet or are at high risk for meeting the profile of Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC), as defined by the State of Maryland.
BCC’s theory of change is founded on a relationship-based approach that serves as the vehicle for recovery from complex trauma related to commercial sexual exploitation. BCC has a vast menu of evidence-based and research-supported clinical interventions designed to meet the specialized needs of this population.
- Prioritize safety through security measures in a community-based, homelike setting.
- Coordinate with multi-disciplinary team to ensure continuity of care within and outside BCC.
- Support youth in improving ability to self-regulate and manage impact of trauma.
- Guide youth to achieve personal empowerment with strengths-based approach.
- Promote development of transferable skills for transition to adulthood and overall success.
- Create opportunities for family engagement to achieve youth-specific permanency plan.
- Intensive case management
- Individual, family, and group therapy with trauma-certified therapist
- Ongoing behavioral health assessments
- Medical and psychiatric care
- 24-hours crisis response and safety planning
- Evidence-based and research-supported interventions
- Co-occurring substance use treatment
- Holistic therapies
- Life skills training
- Victim advocacy
- Family engagement events
- Recreational programming
- Spiritual life programming
- Interpretation and translation services