In Home Services

Child & Family Center provides intensive in-home mental health services to children, teens,  and transitional age youth ages 16-25 and their families. Services are provided in a variety of settings including their home, schools, health centers and community centers.

Many of the children and youth are experiencing significant emotional distress, behavioral problems and psychological disorders which impact their well-being and ability to function at home, school and the community.  Others have:

  • Experienced Trauma
  • School failure
  • A suicide risk
  • Foster care or juvenile justice involvements
  • A history of psychiatric hospitalizations or are at risk for psychiatric hospitalization
  • A diagnosed co-occurring substance abuse, developmental or medical disorder

Services may include but are not limited to

  • Individual and family counseling
  • 24/7 staff availability and crisis services
  • Help with emotional distress and physical health
  • Assistance with acquiring independent living skills and housing
  • Help with seeking education and employment
  • Substance abuse and domestic violence counseling and assistance
  • Case Management

Case managers work with children and their families in their homes and the community, providing linkages to additional services or resources. In addition, they provide rehabilitation services focusing on skill building including:

  • Basic hygiene
  • Organizational skills
  • Independent living skills