Nonprofit of the Month: The Treehouse Center
Randy Lovelace of Paragon Independent Insurance Agencies introduces the Hello Woodlands Nonprofit of the Month, The Treehouse Center, and talks with Dhelynn McClellan at their location in Conroe, Texas.
Watch our video interview below!
About The Treehouse Center
Since 2009, The Treehouse Center has accepted girls, from families and governmental agencies that are in crisis situations and provide a wide variety of diagnostic and treatment services. The Treehouse Center accepts referrals for girls ranging in age from 5 to 14, and acceptance of an applicant is based on an assessment by the multi-disciplinary team. Placement decisions are made following an assessment of the child’s psychological evaluation, social history, medical history and any other relevant information. Generally, they provide services to children whose behavior or emotional problems require a highly structured environment with close supervision and a great amount of consistency in disciplinary strategies.
The Treehouse Center provides a complete evaluation of the girl’s health upon arrival at the Treehouse Center. This includes a physical examination as well as a psychiatric evaluation. The girls receive ongoing psychological support from professional licensed counselors through individual, family and group therapy. Their entire staff has worked with other agencies in our industry and has received fifty hours of annual continued education training. The administrative staff is certified in trauma-informed care, emergency behavior intervention and child psychology. Their expert training has prepared the team to provide for each girl’s unique needs.
A residential training program is essential to the development and positive self-esteem for many of their resident’s developmental disabilities. Household chores such as cooking, cleaning, laundry and shopping are included in this program. In addition, money management and various incentive programs are available to promote overall positive change.
The Treehouse Center provides girls with a structured, orderly and wholesome life. The girls receive healthy, nutritional meals, sleep on a regular schedule and enjoy a safe environment for the duration of their stay with us. The family is included, whenever possible, in a girl’s healing journey. These familial connections matter and they work to help them thrive and nourish. Even when a girl is ready to leave and rejoin her birth family, foster family or adoptive family they stay in touch, because their relationship does not end when they have completed their journey with The Treehouse Center.
Learn more about The Treehouse Center, how you can help, volunteer, and make a donation at TheTreeHousecenter.org
The Treehouse Center’s Volunteer Program was developed to enhance the facility’s services. Volunteers must be at least 21 years of age and pass all background and criminal history checks. The Treehouse Center will allow volunteers to assist with recreational activities and interact with the residents of The Treehouse Center in various areas.
Learn more about the volunteer program and apply at https://thetreehousecenter.org/volunteer/
About Randy Lovelace
To learn more about Randy Lovelace, his “Referral for a Cause” program to help local nonprofit organizations, and of Paragon Independent Insurance Agencies, please call (281) 298-0440, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.paragoninsagencies.com/woodlands.