Do you know a youth struggling with depression, anxiety, addiction or self-harming behaviors?
While depression and problems at home are among the most frequent needs for outpatient mental health services, Consolidated Care (CCI) offers three levels of counseling for children and adolescents struggling with mental health conditions or addiction.
Youth and family counseling
Includes help adjusting to life changes, as well as treatment for ADHD, depression, anxiety, trauma, self-harm behaviors, school behaviors and other mental health conditions. More than 85 percent of youth in our home-based program are maintained in their homes at the completion of treatment. This reduces more costly, and disruptive, out-of-home placements.
Intensive home-based services
Provide mental health treatment in the home to help stabilize difficult behaviors. Youth are referred to this program when there is a risk of removal from the home due to mental health challenges.
Assists youth with mental health or drug and alcohol challenges. Groups offer unique opportunities to address their concerns by helping them understand and support others with similar challenges. Both youth and parents report reductions in self-harming behavior, drug and alcohol use, and improved school and family behaviors.