Sequel Youth and Family Services is a privately owned company that develops and operates programs for people with behavioral, emotional, or physical challenges. Our mission is to prepare our clients to lead responsible and fulfilling lives by providing mentoring, education, and living support within a safe, structured, dynamic environment — whether on one of our campuses, in the community, or in their own homes.
We are passionate about what we do and delight in providing excellent programs that make permanent, positive changes in the lives of those we serve. Our programs are designed to equip our clients with the vision, motivation, life skills, education, and self-discipline necessary to lead a successful life.
We offer a broad continuum of treatment options for children, adolescents, and adults. Our options include long-term residential treatment, short-term impact programs, shelter care, therapeutic group homes, therapeutic foster care, community-based services, in-home services, and alternative education programs. Our populations include adjudicated delinquents; children with autism; and children, adolescents and adults with physical disabilities, sexual, substance abuse, emotional, or conduct disorders.
We are proud of all of our programs, and believe that our programming and services are among the elite for youth and families in the country. We maintain a close professional working relationship with our customers, clients, and communities.
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of our youth?
Do you want a supportive work environment?
Do you want to lead a group of adolescents to personal victory and success?
If you answered “yes" then Sequel Youth and Family Services may have the perfect job for you!!!!
Secondary Math Teacher (Grades 5-12 )
Woodward Academy, a Sequel Youth & Family Services program, is a residential treatment facility for male youth who are adjudicated delinquent or “child in need of assistance” (CINA). Woodward Academy offers three highly structured programs aimed at redirecting delinquent, negative behaviors to positive, socially acceptable patterns through introducing students to a normative culture. Woodward’s treatment philosophy focuses on behavioral and cognitive change through the establishment of a normative culture model and offender specific treatment services.