This community-based program provides support to families with children who engage in challenging behaviors that interfere with everyday life. In order for families to qualify for services, their youth must be under the age of 21 and enrolled in MassHealth Standard or Common Health.
The program serves Boston Metro, North Shore, South Shore, and Fall River communities.
Through May Institute’s In-Home Behavioral Services program, families are provided with individualized interventions designed to manage their youth’s behavior. They also receive coaching and support on how to implement these interventions.
In-Home Behavioral Services include:
The goal of In-Home Behavioral Services is to train parents, caregivers, and family members to implement strategies that will help them prevent and manage their youth’s problem behaviors at home and in the community.