The Tree House cares for child victims of physical abuse, sexual abuse, mental injury, and neglect in Montgomery County – along with their non-offending family members. Most come from groups that have not been well-served by the traditional health care system (they have low incomes, are uninsured or underinsured); children are frequently in out-of-home placements; many families are ethnic minorities or recent immigrants. As a Child Advocacy Center, The Tree House focuses on holistic health: child-oriented medical exams, diagnosis, developmentally appropriate and sensitively conducted forensic interviews, and mental health services designed to help children and families heal. Targeted treatment recommendations are provided by expert staff, and an advocacy program assists with support services, court preparation, accompaniment, and emotional support for minors who are required to testify. To be sure, the challenges here are legion; but this is where hope and healing take root.
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