See how The HALO Project (Healing, Attachment, Loving, Outreach) helps foster and adoptive children and families connect with each other and build loving bonds.
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 with 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 are currently accepting applications for upcoming sessions for children ages 3-7 and ages 8-12 at both our Allentown, PA and Harleysville, PA locations, dates to be announced. Our new HALO Project for Teens program will be opening in 2021.
Our specially trained team of TBRI® practitioners and clinicians will work closely with you and your child to address your individual needs. Our class sizes are small, enabling us to provide your family with personalized, compassionate care. Check out our About Us page to learn more about our program.
"I feel like HALO has been the life vest thrown to us as we were about to drown and I wish every family with kids from hard places could get this training!”
"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."