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Organizations Filed Purposes: Changing the way America cares for children and families.

Foster Family Services is a community based program operated by specially trained supervised Treatment Foster Parents to serve foster children with treatment needs. In this program, Treatment Foster Parents care for youth ages 2-18 who need more attention and treatment than is provided in a traditional foster care placement. Boys Town New England, Inc. recruits, trains, and supervises Treatment Foster Parents, enabling them to care for youth with special needs in their private homes. Specially trained foster parents teach everyday skills that can help youth achieve success in school, their families, and work settings. Treatment Foster Parents receive 24-hour, on-call support and treatment advice from Boys Town New England, Inc. professionals.

Family Home Services consists of family homes for adolescents, family homes for siblings, and treatment foster care. Treatment family homes for adolescents is a family style, residential program, which can serve six to eight males, usually ages 12 to 18. Married couples called Family Teachers are the primary treatment agents, along with a full-time Assistant Family Teacher. Family Teachers are responsible for structured supervision of youth in daily living and treatment activities. The couple and their assistant work on both treatment and skill building in the home, and with community and family resources in the childs life. A major focus of this program is teaching older youth functional skills - often referred to as independent-living skills - that can help them achieve success in school, their families, and work settings. Additionally, the site serves five youths at one time, ages to 18, in a professional foster home on Boys Town New England, Inc.s Family Home campus. This allows youth who needs emergency placement and extra treatment to receive services in the most

In-Home Family Services provides life-changing care to families that are struggling to stay together or are in danger of having a child removed from the home. The main goal of the program is to keep the family whole, whenever possible. IHFS can also help with reunification of a youth back to his or her home from out-of-home placement. Family consultants work right in the parents home helping them to improve their parenting skills and create a safe, nurturing environment. Family Consultants are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The main goals of this program are to build family strengths, teach new skills, and reduce out-of-home placement of children. This program is for families who need supportive services to address high-risk situations and to prevent early issues from becoming a crisis. Trained Family Consultants offer in-home coaching and skill development to children and families by providing teaching and instruction on specific skills and competencies. Family assistance includes focusing on the childs behavior and improving parenting and family problem-solving

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Craig SmithDirector through May of 20191$0
Art BertDirector1$0
Kimberly ChagnonDirector1$0
Christopher LanenDirector1$0
Megan JohnsonDirector1$0
Hadley SteelSecretary1$0
Walter NenckaChair Elect beginning September 20191$0
Ken DecostaChair Elect/Chair1$0
Carol A SolimeneSecretary1$0
Lee A SilvestreChair1$0
Kevin FullertonSite Financial Officer - Treasurer40$0
James BeckmanAssistant Secretary - FFBH Affiliates1$0
David J JelleyPresident/Executive Director thru 7/15/201920$0
Sarah GalvanPresident/Executive Director starting 9/30/201920$0

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