Child and Family Outpatient Services
The Behavioral Health Outpatient Clinic offers families with children ages 5 through 18 services to meet their individual needs. These services include individual, family and group therapy settings as well as psychiatric evaluation and medication management. Psychological testing is available to current patients. We also provide psychiatric consultation for primary care providers and school personnel.
The Child First program helps heal and protect children and families from the devastating effects of trauma and chronic stress by fostering the development of strong, nurturing parent-child relationship, promoting adult capacity and connecting families with needed services. This program is available to parents (or long-term caregivers) and children up to age 6.
Mobile Crisis (Previously known as EMPS)
24-hour a day, 365-day a year telephone triage providing psychiatric crisis intervention service for children and their families. Mobile crisis in-person intervention available between 6 am-10 pm Monday - Friday, and 1 pm-10 pm on weekends and holidays.
Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Service (IICAPS)
Intensive in-home services for families with children and adolescents experiencing serious emotional behavioral problems including those who are returning to family following hospitalization or out of home placement, children at risk of hospitalization and children for which outpatient services are not sufficient to allow the child to remain safely in the family.