Providing new families the help they need to navigate the early stages of life, support healthy attachment to caregivers, and provide age-appropriate mental health care from the start.
Engagement with the juvenile justice system can be a critical point of intervention. Preventative services and programs such as CrossRoads make a difference in the lives of youth.
Mental health affects people of all ages, and as the world continues to change, more youth face mental health issues. Our team is here for youth to help address their mental health needs from anxiety to depression to relationships.
From kindergarten through high school, kids spend a majority of their young lives in school. Our school-based clinicians provide support for kids and their families on-site at their school.
Early intervention is key for youth and young adults experiencing a first episode of psychosis. The goal is to quickly stabilize and reduce symptoms and help youth go back to or stay in school, secure and maintain employment, live independently, and form meaningful relationships.
Trauma comes in many forms and requires a different approach to helping youth through the recovery process. Specialized clinicians support youth and meet their needs. This proven trauma treatment can help children and families cope with the impact of traumatic events and move toward recovery.
Our new multidisciplinary clinics are here to support the busy lives of families by offering drop-in services where families can meet with the team member that best matches their needs in the moment, and develops treatment plans that are personalized to their unique mental health journey.
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