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There can be times in a child’s life when the child may need extra assistance due to stress at home, school, or else where.  CMHC offers a full continuum of care to meet the needs of all children and families served by our agency.

 

 

CMHC offers the following programs for children and families:

 

Outpatient Mental Health

The goal of outpatient mental health services is to help people cope with current stressors in order to minimize the impact on their daily lives.  CMHC offers a variety of services for individuals, groups and families consisting of assessments, testing, evaluations, and psychiatric services, as well as individual, family and group therapy.  CMHC professionals will assist your family to find the best program for you after the initial appointment.

Who can participate? Anyone can participate.

Who provides the service? Master’s level therapists, independently licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists. 

Payment: Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible. 

Locations:  Lawrenceburg, St. Leon, Brookville, Batesville, Vevay, Ohio County

 

 

Substance Use Services

Services are based on the philosophy that substance use issues must be addressed in an individualized manner with assessment to determine the possible presence of mental health issues.  Services are primarily offered in outpatient offices but can be integrated into any of our other programs.   

Who can participate? Anyone can participate.

Who provides the service? Master’s level therapists, independently licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists.

Payment: Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible.

Locations:  Lawrenceburg, St. Leon, Brookville, Batesville, Vevay, Ohio County

 

 

School and Community-based

The purpose of school and community based mental health services is to serve those children who may not otherwise be engaged in traditional outpatient services and also to work in conjunction with school personnel and Department of Children Services to assist those youth and families whose mental health issues  that are having an impact on their functioning and quality of life. 

Who can participate? School-age children can participate.

Who provides the service? Master’s level therapists, independently licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists. 

Payment: Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible. 

Locations:  Lawrenceburg, St. LeonBatesvilleVevay , and additionally in schools throughout the five county region. 

 

 

Directions!

Directions! is a team of volunteers and employees that provide school-based prevention/education to area students.

Who can participate? School-age children can participate.

Who provides the service? Volunteers supervised by agency employees.

Payment: Program is free to consumers.  Funding is provided by grants and schools.

If you are interested in volunteering or having the program in your school please contact the Directions! program manager at: 812-537-1302.

Locations: The program is provided in areas schools throughout the five county region. 

    

Support and Advocacy Services

Support and Advocacy Services is a program where a team of volunteers and employees staff a 24 hour hotline; offering peer counseling, hospital accompaniment, court advocacy, referrals for victims of sexual assault and provide school-based prevention/education presented to area students.

Who can participate? Anyone can participate.

Who provides the service? Volunteers supervised by agency employees.

Payment: Program is free to consumers.  Funding is provided by grants and schools.

If you are interested in volunteering please contact the SAS program manager at: 812-537-1302.

In need of support or advocacy call  812-537-1302

For further information please see the program website

Location: The program is provided in various community locations throughout the five county region.

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Intensive Family Services

The Intensive Family Services Program provides a comprehensive program to meet the mental health needs of youth with serious emotional, behavioral, social or family problems. The program is available for infants to 22 year olds. The program seeks to provide the least restrictive environment in which structured programming, therapeutic interventions and meaningful relationships with staff are used to help youth achieve their optimal level of functioning.

Who can participate? Infants – 22 year olds can participate.

Who provides the service? Case managers, Master’s level therapists, independently licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists.   

Payment: Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible.   

Locations:  LawrenceburgBrookvilleBatesville, Vevay

 

 

Wraparound Services

The program is for children who are already involved with other community-based services and are in need of better coordination among the systems.  Together, the team develops an individualized service plan that builds on unique strengths of each child and family.  Wraparound helps children, youth and families function better at home, in school, in the community and throughout life.

Who can participate? Infants – 22 year olds can participate. Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible. 

Who provides the service? Resource Facilitators

Payment: Medicaid children and families are eligible.  
Locations: LawrenceburgBrookvilleBatesvilleVevay 

   

 

Hospitalization

We will make every effort to assist you in securing the best level of care for your child beginning with an assessment and through the referral process until a suitable option is found.
            

 

 

 

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