What is Crisis Team?
Crisis Team is a program designed to provide behavioral and social support to families with a child with developmental disabilities who does not attend Eden II Programs on a regular basis.
Who Provides Services?
Crisis Team services will be provided by trained professionals in the fields of psychology, behavior analysis, social work and special education.
When Does Crisis Team Take Place?
Eden II’s Crisis Team Program runs by appointment every Thursday from 5:00-7:00pm. Families will receive five to eight weeks of service depending on the need. All meetings take place at Eden II Programs headquarters.
How is Crisis Team Funded?
Crisis Team is a program funded by the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities. This is a free service for families in need who have a child with autism.
If you are interested in obtaining Crisis Team services for your family, please contact:
Tel: (718) 816-1422 ext. 1027
Crisis Team Services is an OMRDD funded program run by The Eden II Program Department of Family Services.