Children, Adolescent & Family Services
Focus on children and adolescents in need of assessment and treatment, and seriously emotionally disturbed children and adolescents. The program emphasizes the involvement of families in all services. These services are designed for clients 17 years of age and younger and clients 17 to 19 years of age who are still in high school or living with/dependent on a parent or guardian.
Assessment to initiate treatment. Process where the client and mental health staff identify strengths, needs, abilities and the client’s desired outcome.
Case management services. Designed to ensure the client’s needs are understood and met through teamwork, consistency and expanding access to community resources.
- Individual, family and group therapy
- Community services
- Services to children and adolescents with Attention Deficit Disorders
Each client works with the mental health professional and family to develop individualized treatment goals that incorporate needs, strengths, abilities and preferences to reach goals. Emphasis is placed on family participation in treatment and collaboration with the school and community agencies when indicated.