Respite is defined as a short period of rest or relief from something difficult. Respite services are meant to give the caregiver a break to go to the store or church, read a book, paint the hall, or allow quality time with other members of the family. The service was developed to provide in-home support, give caregivers the tools they need to prevent out of home placement and offer additional supports.


  • Is made up of a dedicated and experienced team of professionals who are focused on helping your family prevent out of home placement and offer additional support.
  • Works closely with your existing team and provides a respite resource for your family.  We are not in place to replace the support and services you currently receive we are in place to provide additional support.
  • Staff is trained in trauma-informed services and the development of positive cultures.
  • Staff will ensure that our services are child and family-centered designed specifically for your family.

For more information about respite, contact your Service and Support Administrator.