Children & Adolescents
- Outpatient Mental Health: to help people cope with current stressors in order to minimize the impact on their daily lives.
- Substance Use Services: provided in an individualized manner with assessment to determine the possible presence of mental health issues.
- School-Based Services: to serve those children that may benefit most from learning skills in the school environment, have a need for coordination and planning with school personnel, and those who would not otherwise be engaged in traditional outpatient services.
- Intensive Family Services (IFS): to help youth and families when there are multiple needs socially, emotionally, and behaviorally.
- Wraparound Services (WA): to help youth and families with multisystem involvement develop a holistic, comprehensive, and organized delivery of services to ensure better outcomes.
- Transition to Independence Practice (TIP): to improve outcomes relevant to employment/career, educational opportunities, living situation, personal effectiveness and well-being, and community life-functioning for youth ages 16-26 and their families.
- Finding Improvement by Reaching Empowerment (FIRE): FIRE provides Peer Support, Peer Engagement, and Peer Advocacy.
Services offered in the various programs include, but are not limited to: assessment, coordination and integration of care, care planning, linking to resources, safety planning, crisis intervention, skill development, counseling/therapy (individual/family/group), parenting skills, family-to-family support, peer-to-peer support, housing, employment, supervised visitation, psychiatric assessment, medication monitoring, and transition planning. Depending on the program, these services may be offered in the office, home, school, and/or community setting.