Outpatient Mental Health Programs

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry:
Psychiatric evaluation and medication management.

Diagnostic Assessment:
Mental and behavioral health evaluations.

Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy:
Individual, Family and group sessions to resolve a wide variety of emotional, behavioral and relationship problems.

Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment:
Intervention to enhance the child’s ability to participate in and contribute to their community. Provides families with support, resources and skill building.

Complex Trauma and Attachment Program:
Specialized treatment to help families with children impacted by early trauma. Services include specialized assessment, therapy, and groups.

Sexual Trauma Program:
Specialized treatment for children who have experienced sexual trauma or who exhibit concerning sexual behaviors. Services include specialized assessment, therapy, and groups.

Collaborative Programming with the Lake County Juvenile Court:
Provides intervention for adjudicated youths in Lake County through the Juvenile Achievement Program and the Intensive Community Rehabilitation Program.

Mental Health Prevention:
Education, guidance, and consultation for families and community members around topics of child development and mental health issues.

Respite:
Temporary break for parents caring for children with emotional or behavioral disorders.

Therapeutic Foster Care:
Temporary therapeutic foster care placement to help stabilize children with emotional or behavioral disorders until they are able to reunite with their own family.

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