TrECC: Ages 0-21

Transitional Enhanced Care Coordination 

Transitioning out of a residential care facility can be difficult, and it is important to be able to help your youth feel comfortable and connected within their community. This type of care may be needed at many stages between the ages of 0 and 21, which is why the TrECC (Transitional Enhanced Care Coordination) program assists you in customizing a plan to fit you and your child's long-term needs.


Download the referral form, fill it out, and email it to the Bureau for Children's Behavioral Health at


We provide you and your child with the support needed to navigate challenging times. Our programs are not intended to replace existing therapies and treatments, but rather work as a supplemental resource to use alongside them.

Step 1

Is working with Connected Families the right next step? Here are questions to ask: When you are working with community resources, is your child still struggling? Has your child been considered for out-of-district placement? Has your child made a visit to a local emergency department? Is your child struggling in your home, school, and/or community? If you answered yes to any of these questions, a referral to the TrECC program might be appropriate.

Step 2

The next step is to reach out to Connected Families. First, download the referral form, fill it out with the information requested, and email it to the Bureau for Children's Behavioral Health at ( As you are waiting for next steps from the Bureau for Children's Behavioral Health, do not hesitate to follow up with them to learn the status of your referral or review our resources page for more helpful information.

Step 3

Connected Families understands the importance of having a plan to address your youth and family's needs. Our team is dedicated to will work with you to build a structured plan that aligns with your family's goals. We will connect you with a Family Resource Coordinator and this is where we will explore your family's strengths, needs and culture in more detail.

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We Support Involvement

At Connected Families we believe that collaboration is key to successful crisis prevention. The TrECC program is designed to help children who are transitioning out of residential care and back into their community. The program uses a collaborative approach, which encourages involvement from different parties in you and your child’s life, such as teachers, pastors, coaches, and more.

Community Based Results

The TrECC program operates in a community-based capacity, focused on driving results that last. We focus on helping you build a team with the right supports so that you and your child can remain in your community. We utilize peer support specialists, so that you can work with someone who has been in the same place and experienced the same challenges as your family. 

Fill Out Your Referral Form

Download the referral form, fill it out, and email it to the Bureau for Children’s Behavioral Health at


Success Stories

Connected Families NH is a care management entity, which means we are dedicated to working with families to identify the right care coordinator based on your and your child’s unique needs. We facilitate support and resources that may otherwise be hard to access. This allows us to be on your side, assisting you to make decisions towards a better path forward. Click below to read our success stories to see how we’ve helped families like yours find their way to a brighter future.

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Connected Families NH is dedicated to coordinating care for your children and
youth with your family’s unique needs in mind.

Reach out to us if you have any questions about what we do and how we can help.