Family therapy. Children and their families (or others who are close to them) work with a therapist to learn ways to improve communication, solve family problems, and better understand how to handle situations.
Home-based services. Professional staff help families meet the needs of their children to increase the likelihood that their children can stay in the home or reunite with their families. This service is for children who need intense care and access to multiple types of mental health services.
School support. Professional staff meet students on-site to provide support when needed. This may include assessments, crisis support, and referrals to specialized care.
Wraparound services. Staff coordinate community-based care for children and teens with severe mental illness, creating an individualized care plan that takes the child and family’s preferences into account. Services include both mental health and non-mental health supports.