Kamali’i Foster Family Agency’s Intensive Services Foster Care (ISFC) program is intended to serve eligible children/youth who require intensive treatment and behavioral supports with individualized services they need in a home-based family care setting. Some children/youth may receive these services as an alternative to placement in congregate care, without ever having to reside in a residential care facility. The Kamali’i FFA ISFC program provides core services and supports to children and families that include, but are not limited to, arranging access to mental health treatment, providing trauma informed care and providing transitional support from foster placement to permanent home placement. Kamali’i FFA’s ISFC homes provide close supervision and implement a structured, individualized program for each child. ISFC program homes blend the normalizing features of resource family care with intensive counseling, case management, and support services. Resource parents are recruited, trained, and supported to become part of the treatment team. Kamali’i FFA’s ISFC resource parents must meet the minimum foster care requirements as well as; have foster care experience or experience working with this population; be at least 25 years old, and complete 40 hours of intensive services foster care training.