Home-Based Services for Troubled Children

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Homebuilders is a trademark of Behavioral Sciences Institute (BSI). BSI, a private, nonprofit organization founded by the creators of Homebuilders, is dedicated to strengthening families and communities and enabling individuals to lead safe, independent, and more enjoyable lives. Headquartered in Federal Way, Washington, near Seattle, BSI operates five regional offices in Washington State and one in New York City.

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