Children’s Mental Health Services
Case management services are available to families with children experiencing severe emotional disturbances. This service helps families identify and coordinate mental health services for children and their families. Services are provided in collaboration with community resources (i.e. schools, day treatment facilities and mental health service providers).
Our services are part of a continuum of children’s mental health services to families with children experiencing severe emotional disturbance. Services include
- Case Management
- Early Identification and Intervention
- Emergency Services
- Family Community Support
- Professional Home-Based Family Treatment Services
- Providing Education and Prevention
- Outpatient Services
- Treatment Screening
- Therapeutic Support of Foster Care
Past Service Cases
3 social workers provide mental health case management services to an average of 52 children. In 2003, staff conducted 22 intake interviews. During the year, 7 children received out-of-home placement care. Program staff works closely with other agency staff and 2 contracted case management practitioners in providing services.