HALO (Healing, Attachment, Loving, Outreach) Project is a
10-week intensive outpatient intervention designed to meet
the unique and diverse needs of children from hard places.
“I highly recommend this program to any family feeling frustrated, hopeless and
ready to quit. I believe this program gives them the best chance to save their
family and bond with their child.” --HALO participating parent
Hope and Healing for Kids from Hard Places
See how The HALO Project (Healing, Attachment, Loving, Outreach) helps foster and adoptive children and families connect with each other and build loving bonds.
Addressing the Unique Needs of Children from Hard Places
The HALO Project Builds Trust and Creates Loving Family Connections
The Salvation Army Foster Care & Adoption Program is proud to offer The HALO Project to support children in foster care and kids who have been adopted and exhibit difficulty in the area of attachment. Recognizing the unique needs of children who have experienced trauma, The HALO Project unites parents, counselors, psychologists, social workers, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, volunteers, and the medical community in a powerful 10-week intensive outpatient treatment that addresses behavioral challenges and helps families connect and thrive.
We currently offer The HALO Project in Allentown, PA and Harleysville, PA
To enroll into HALO, please complete this application:
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For more information about the HALO Project, or our other foster care and adoption services, contact us:
2200 Hamilton Street, Suite 200, Allentown, PA 18104 | PH: (610) 821-7706
426 Main Street, Harleysville PA 19438 | PH: (215) 256-6868
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