It is the goal of Twin Pines to attempt to actively, creatively, and aggressively assist individuals in achieving the highest possible quality of life by exploring all available internal and external resources.
Through collaboration with several county-level children and youth, juvenile probation, and mental health providers and administrators, Twin Pines has developed a continuously evolving program to address both the basic and unique needs of children who require out-of-home placement.
All persons involved with Twin Pines, from staff to foster families to children entrusted in our care are expected to embrace a philosophy that each individual will achieve his or her maximum potential to become a productive member of their community.
All services shall be individualized to each child's specific needs and family. This is accomplished by assessing individual strengths, limitations, resources, and planning services around these considerations. Each child and family system is unique, and service planning and interventions will emphasize the child’s strengths, uniqueness, and dignity.