At Nova Learning Center, we work to build great relationships with the families of our students. We believe that a strong team of support adds to the success of the student. Below are some links that we hope can be helpful to you.

New Hope Health offers uniquely tailored behavioral health outpatient youth counseling: individualized, psychological, and social/emotional treatment. They address a number of mental health and behavior disorders for at-risk youth ages 5 to 22 and their families. They focus on treating the emotional triggers that lead to adverse behaviors and empower them to choose acceptable behavioral responses. New Hope Health’s goal is to help you grow from your struggles, heal from your pain, and move forward to where you want to be in your life.

Paragon Hope has advocates that provide Support, Direction & Guidance. They work with you and public agencies to secure the best possible education and/or services for your loved one with a disability. They understand the latest research and regulations related to individuals with disabilities. They are actively researching the best practices in educating and transitioning individuals with disabilities. Paragon Hope will continually work to provide the best possible support and training that results in the successful transition to adult living and post-high school services and resources.

New Hope Advocacy is a 501c3 that works on behalf of individuals to receive integrated services and supports from various agencies.  They are committed to positive interactions, collaboration, and information sharing between all caregivers and providers.  They believe empowering parents as equally participating members of the Child Study Team is the most effective way for students to receive the Individual Education Program (IEP) or Section 504 Plan to which they are entitled. A knowledgeable, well-informed parent or caregiver is the best advocate. They facilitate meetings, services, and support for individuals and their care providers.  They provide consultation and advocacy (IFP/ILP/ISP) in the development of Independent Living/Support Plans to include living, employment, recreation & leisure, and all areas leading to a life of joy and fulfillment.