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Child Services

Child Services

Multisystemic Therapy (MST)

This is an intensive family and community based treatment program that focuses on addressing all environmental systems that impact chronic and violent juvenile offenders (their homes and families, schools and teachers, neighborhoods and friends). MST therapists work intensively with parents and caregivers to put them in control. Multisystemic therapy realizes that each part of the child’s life and environment play a critical role in their treatment and each system requires attention when effective change is needed to improve the quality of life for youth and their families.

Intensive In-Home Services (IIHS)

This is a service provided to youth ages 4 through 20 years old to help relieve serious crisis situations in the home and to provide help to the families dealing with these situations. Intensive In-Home Services take place in the home and/or individual’s community, and are aimed at decreasing negative behaviors and keeping children from being removed from the home. It is a team approach provided by licensed, qualified, and associate professionals to provide resources and rehabilitative skills to children and their families as a means of increasing positive behaviors, the quality of life, and family experiences.

Outpatient Therapy

We offer both individual and family therapy. We have several counselors to choose from, male and female, with expertise in child mental health and adult mental health treatment modalities. Our therapists are Licensed Clinical Social Workers and Licensed Professional Counselors.

Mobile Crisis Services

Our crisis response counselors are available 24/7/365. When a call is first received, a counselor will get information from you regarding your situtation and dispatch someone to help you. Crisis response provides an immediate evaluation, screening and access to mental health, developmental disabilities and/or substance abuse services, treatment and supports. The immediate purpose is to reduce symptoms, reduce risk/threat of harm and/or to safely transition persons in crisis to appropriate crisis stabiliation and detoxification supports/serivces.