"We provide trauma informed therapeutic services and skills for families and children to improve stability, cohesion, safety and empowerment"

Here at Maple Star, we want nothing more than to bring your family...

Stability in times of chaos, understanding of the roots of child behavior, support in addressing trauma sensitivity, help with mending fractures in relationships, guidance in establishing meaningful communication patterns,

We want to support your and your family’s autonomy.

As a home-based, family-centered, and strength-based provider, Maple Star Clinical Services operates with mindfulness about sensory processing challenges and an understanding about how trauma, abuse, neglect, and multiple transitions can impact the developing brain of a child.  Clinical therapists are well-versed in the language of healing trauma with a holistic approach. Services are contextualized to meet the individual needs of families, combining the structure of residential settings with trauma-specific interventions.

We provide families, schools, and communities with an option for treatment to avoid out-of-home placements and/or to expedite successful step-down services for youth following residential or psychiatric placements.

Virtual Residential Program

Virtual Residential Program

Our Virtual Residential Program (VRP) provides home-based intensive services for clients and families who may have tried other therapies and interventions with minimal success.  Our clinical teams work with the family in their journey toward healing and recovery through building an understanding of trauma and its effects on the brain, relationships, and the home environment.

In-Home Therapy & Counseling

In-Home Therapy & Counseling

We provide intensive in-home therapy to support families with trauma histories or relationship challenges

Maple Star can work with the following:

  • Children and adolescents between the ages of 3-18 years of age, and their parents
  • Domestic or Relationship Violence
  • Pre or Post-Adoption Education
  • Challenging/difficult behaviors in children of all ages
  • Symptoms consistent with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Difficult adjustments (moving, divorce, death, or other life-altering events)