Family Resources

Is your child currently placed or soon to be admitted into one of our residential programs? If so, below is some information to help answer our most commonly asked questions. You are also invited to call your child’s Care Coordinator/Therapist or one of our Program Directors with any questions.

Parent Handbook

Click the following link to access our Parent Handbook, which is a comprehensive overview of what you can expect while your child is at Generations


When Can I Visit?

  • Regular visitation hours are on Saturday and Sunday, from 11:00am until 5:00pm.
  • Visitation may be scheduled on weekdays with prior approval from your child’s Therapist.
  • All visitors must be on your child’s “Approved Visitors” list prior to visiting.

What Can I Bring When I Visit?

  • Food and snacks (to be consumed during visit)
  • Games/activities which promote togetherness
  • Gifts (clothing, books, collectibles, toys, etc.)

What Should I NOT Bring When I Visit?

  • No children under the age of 12
  • No pets
  • No grills or other cooking appliances (a microwave is provided)
  • No use of television, phones, or electronics during visitation

What Should I Do If I Have Concerns About My Child?

It’s very important to us that you feel comfortable with your child’s placement at Generations.  If for any reason you have concerns about his safety, care, or wellbeing, we urge you to notify us immediately.  Please start by contacting your child’s assigned Care Coordinator or Therapist, who is identified to you at the time of admission.  If you are unable to do so for any reason, please contact one of our Program Directors:  Aimee Clark (864-243-5557, ext. 212) or Casey Carter (864-243-5557, ext. 270).

What Is Aftercare

Residents who complete the program at Generations typically receive 90 days of in-home services following his discharge, provided by an qualified Aftercare Coordinator.  The purpose of these community-based services is to assist with his transition back into the community, continue with family therapy services, and further assist with the reunification process, when needed.  By bridging the gap between out-of-home placement and his return to the community, we help improve each child’s chance for success.