These services are designed to restore and maintain a healthy level of day-to-day functioning. CHR offers comprehensive psychiatric services and clinical intervention to children up to 18 years of age, as well as their families, facing acute and/or chronic behavioral health concerns.
ACRA is six-month program designed to help teens replace alcohol or drug use with positive social activities and behaviors. By helping teens understand how substance use is negatively impacting their lives, we work with them to set goals, learn new skills and make positive choices. Click here to download the ACRA information sheet.
This program provides youth and families with immediate access to emergency mental health assessment and brief intervention, coordination with appropriate community resources and prevention of unnecessary hospital emergency department visits.
Aimed at keeping children in the home rather then removed to a more restrictive setting, this in-home program helps youth end involvement with the juvenile justice system and deal with family conflict. Click here to download the FFT information sheet.
This in-home, short term, intensive program is for children up to age 17 returning home from psychiatric hospitalization, at-risk for institutionalization or hospitalization or those who need more than traditional outpatient services. Click here to download the IICAPS information sheet.
CHR provides services to children with emotional and behavioral health care challenges, and their families. CHR is committed to providing these services, based on the needs of the child and family, in a community-based environment. Click here to download the Child and Family Outpatient Services information sheet.
This program is specifically designed to help children who are experiencing significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to a traumatic life event. Click here to download the Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy information sheet.