It is our mission of more than 20 years in listening and serving families across the nation that we continue to advance and improve our services understanding how critical our role is in this industry of mental health and wellness.
In doing so we take as much time as needed to speak with the families and their reason for either contacting us directly or being referred by many of the programs and counselors across the nation. These programs and/or counselor’s know our strong reputation in the industry for treating each child individually with dignity, respect, empathy, and care.
We put much emphasis on care as we interact with the child, reinforcing the parent’s difficult decision of placing their most precious possession in treatment. We also convey to the child that their parents and/or guardians have entrusted us with their care. Our highest priority is our caring conduct with the child during the intervention and transport process. We consider ourselves to be part of the child’s healing and recovery journey using a therapeutic approach to best of our ability in our interaction so to have the child arrive at the facility being conditioned for their specific program with minimum trauma by training the staff in AAU (Adolescent Awareness and Understanding).
Compassionate and Professional Adolescent Transport Services
We are an adolescent and intervention transport service dedicated to the families and their children who need our services. We work with the families, counselors, and treatment facilities across the nation and are available 24/7. We are here to treat the children with the type of dignity, respect, patience, and kindness that we are known for in this industry and is crucial to these children during a very important time in their lives. Our staff in carefully selected and screened. We train our staff in our therapeutic approach and process so that the families and children will feel cared for and are prepared for their journey to heal and be well.
At AIS it is our mission to treat your child with Respect, Dignity, Relationship, Resolve. Hope. Resolution, Motivation, and Love. That in the moment of critical exchange they were treated with respect, dignity, and love and that they arrive to their designated program safely and in a positive frame of mind.
Our goal is to offer your child the most supportive environment possible, based on his/her individual condition. In the intervention and transport process we take a often threatening and tense situation, minimize the volatility that may exist. We afford them the opportunity to interact with us based on open and honest communication, firm boundaries, expectation of behavior and trust. It is also a very important goal that the child arrives safely and securely conditioned for their journey of healing and wellness.
I wanted to let you know we just had your team leave a client here after a very successful transport. In my 16+ years of working in Intake my facility, I have only had 1 other experience with a transport team. You and your folks came HIGHLY recommended by numerous educational consultants when I asked for recommendations from those that I work with regularly.
Just wanted to let you know how great your team was, how well they connected with the young lady the transported and what a good experience it was for all involved.
I’d like to thank your agents for the unbelievable job they did. They took care of our daughter better than we could have ever imagined. The feeling of handing your daughter over to strangers dissipated very soon for us and the trust we felt was overwhelming. They contacted us and responded to us nwith every turn. They will forever hold a special place in our hearts. When in a position such as ours- you find yourself relying on total strangers to help make critical decisions. We couldn’t have done it without you and your first-class staff. Many thanks of gratitude- you made the first step in our daughter’s treatment a success.
I just wanted to let you know that we were extremely happy with your agents escorting my son to the facility. Your agents obviously had the skills and talents to make the transport not so upsetting for our son and for that, we are very thankful. In the end, our son seems to be doing well and we are happy with the treatment at the facility.