Your Family Matters

It can be really difficult if you have family members who are living with a mental illness. It may even feel like life is impossible to manage. No doubt, there are times when your family may struggle and need support. At Brandi Nichole, we do life together! You don’t have to go through this difficult time alone. We provide various support services to help you learn the parenting skills needed to bring your family back together – stronger than ever before - because your family matters.

Respite Care

There are times when we all need some respite, a short period of rest or relief from difficult and challenging responsibilities. We offer respite for both biological and foster families.

Family Support + Education

Trying to raise a child diagnosed with mental health needs like bi-polar, post-traumatic stress, and ADHD? We are here to provide you with support in a number of different ways.

Foster Parenting

Many children diagnosed with mental health needs face daily challenges. Without loving intervention, many of these children will end up homeless or incarcerated.

The Latest Resources

We continue to gather support resources, activities, stories and much more for you and your family to use on your journey together! Whether you need help discovering new creative techniques to deescalate a situation or fun rainy day activities, we’ve got you covered! If you would like to contribute or request a topic, please contact Yelinska at (828) 702-1445.

Let's stand together against human trafficking.

Stand Against Human Trafficking

There are things in this world that are so horrible, it is hard for the human mind to conceive.  Human Trafficking is one of those things that to the average person is so dark, the human mind has difficulty comprehending. Here is something very scary – it could happen to your daughter, niece, grandchild, neighbor, student, or son.  The point is that just because we don’t think about something does not make it go away and it does not keep our loved ones safe.

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Back to School Tips for Foster Parents

From Our Clinical Director

I hope everyone has had a great summer as it is quickly coming to an end.  We are looking forward to hearing about the great adventures and trips that many of you took. Well school is starting back and as much as parents say they are glad and the children say they are ready to go back, changing from one routine to another can be stressful. We have children with great potential; remember every situation is an opportunity for teaching.   A lot of times our kids are angry and they have great reason to be.  In many cases, life has not been fair to them, they have things going on within their body and brain that they don’t understand and they do not know how to control themselves.

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