Windwood Farm Home for Children, Inc., a private, 501(c) 3 not for profit organization. We provide a variety of residential and community based programs, working with children and families to ensure safety through supportive interventions. Because our service array has expanded to include more than our Home for Boys, we are commonly called Windwood Family Services.
On our campus in Awendaw we have two levels of residential care, a Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) and a Level 3 Residential Group Care Program for young boys ages six through sixteen.
In Spring 2011 we opened outpatient-counseling center in Mt. Pleasant at 900 Johnnie Dodds Blvd. Suite 110. Independently licensed practitioners provide individual, group, and family therapy services for children and adolescents 2-21. Specialized therapy services include Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) – for children 2-7 and their parents, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT). We accept SC Medicaid, several of the MCO Medicaid insurance programs, and other private insurance such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, and Tri-Care.
Community-Based Prevention Services is provided to families in Charleston and Dorchester counties as a preventative service for families who are at risk or are suspected of abuse and neglect of children residing in their home. We provide in-home interventions over several months in an attempt to decrease stressors that are negatively affecting the primary caregiver’s ability to provide a safe, violence free environment for their children.
Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services are also provided for children residing in the community. These services may be provided on our campus, in our outpatient-counseling center, in the home, or the school of the child, or at a location that is convenient for the family and child. Included in this service is individual, group, and family therapy, family support, psycho-social rehabilitative services, and behavior modification.
Family Group Conferencing is provided to primary caregivers and their support system, for example their extended family and friends who are working together to ensure their children are able to be cared for within the family unit.