Boys Town Intervention and Assessment Services® Print Content Email Content Page Image Page ContentSafety, Permanency and Well-Being — Family Engagement Religion and Faith — Behavioral and Medical Research. Boys Town Intervention and Assessment Services provides care for abused, neglected, runaway and delinquent youth of all ages by removing them from dangerous situations, assessing their needs and beginning to work toward family reunification or other permanent care. These children may be referred by juvenile justice representatives or by child welfare agencies that have removed the children from their homes or have taken responsibility for their well-being. The average length of stay for children is 30 days. When children leave, they may move to another program in the Boys Town Integrated Continuum of Care SM, other outside programs or return home to their families.* * In some cases, children return home, if it is safe and in their best interest. A focus of Boys Town’s programs is the reunification of children with their families.