School-based counseling services for youth who experience behavioral, emotional or substance abuse problems that affect school performance.
Today’s youth face many challenges, whether at home, school or in the community. The first step is prevention and giving youth the skills and resources they need to manage the ups and downs of everyday life. Our prevention specialists work in the schools and community using evidence-based practices that focus on substance abuse and other destructive behaviors.
We also understand young people are confronted with situations that create emotional and mental distress. At times like this, they may need professional assistance to provide the support necessary for recovery.
Whether it is outpatient or community-based services, our skilled and compassionate health professionals are available throughout the region 24/7.
At-Risk Youth programs at Citizen Advocates are available to youth of all ages who are exhibiting behavioral and/or emotional problems of varying degrees.
Youth counselors work closely with local school districts and community partners to raise awareness around substance abuse, addiction and mental health challenges confronting students.
Often, a mental health or addiction crisis doesn’t require hospitalization, however, it does need immediate attention. We offer 24/7 access to mental health and substance use disorder treatments, with no appointment needed.
We can offer temporary supervised care for the children whose families are experiencing a crisis or current stressors that are overwhelming for the family.
Specialized support for parents if they are struggling with a child diagnosed with a behavioral health condition by focusing on strength-based solutions.
Medications can minimize symptoms, improve life functioning and help children benefit from other forms of treatment, such as therapy.
A mental health or addiction crisis can’t wait for normal business hours. Our Crisis Services are available around the clock whenever the need arises.
Individuals with chronic conditions often rely on a variety of services and supports. Care coordination is the process through which each individual receives the appropriate level of care at the right time and right place.
Our board certified psychiatrist and counseling staff work collaboratively on developing treatment plans and, when appropriate, medications to help. We offer individual, group, marriage and family counseling services.
We provide behavioral health services for individuals experiencing interpersonal, behavioral, mood, anxiety or other problems with daily functioning associated with mental health or addiction treatment and recovery.