Community & School-Based Mental Health Services
Half of all mental health conditions start by 14 years of age, but most cases are undetected and untreated.
School-Based Mental Health Services
Mental Health and Behavioral Coaching is provided to students that are struggling with behaviors impacting their school attendance and academic success. Working alongside school administrators, counselors, teachers, school psychologists and other personnel, mental health providers create and implement behavioral programs, often guided by individual education plan goals and behavioral assessments. Our staff assist in executing interventions that impact students both on school campus and at home. Mental Health providers can focus support to individual students and/or provide full classroom intervention. Providers also support parents, through consultation, coaching and groups; helping them better understand their kid’s social and emotional needs.
Wraparound is made up of a team of professionals who wrap treatment and services around a child and family in a time of crisis and supports them in all aspects of life. The team works with the child and family to develop a collaborative and coordinated, strengths-based care plan that will achieve positive changes and strengthen the family relationship. Families learn to identify and use their strengths and community resources to address their individual needs. Typical teams include, designated program staff members as well as school and district representatives, relatives, friends, neighbors, and/or church members.
Services are designed for high-risk children and teens up to 18 years of age with emotional and behavioral issues at risk of being removed from their home or having a severe impact in their educational goals. They may have issues such as anxiety, school refusal, eating disorders, PTSD, drug use, depression, other mood disorders and family conflict that may cause problems in school, at home, and in social situations.