Services Summary Brochure

Treatment for Substance Use Disorders:
• Assessment: Evaluation and treatment
recommendation for an adolescent’s chemical use,
mental health, and family situation.
• Non-Intensive Outpatient Treatment: Counseling
which may include individual, family, or group sessions
along with case management and continuing care.
• Intensive Outpatient Treatment: After-school
counseling sessions including multi-family group.
Transportation is available based on need.
• Case Management: Service coordination with
juvenile justice system and other professionals.
For additional information:
8445 Munson Road
Mentor, OH 44060
Early Childhood Services
1083 Mentor Ave.
Painesville, OH 44077
Outpatient Mental Health Program:
• Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Psychiatric
evaluation and medication management.
• Diagnostic Assessment: Mental and behavioral
health evaluations and treatment plans.
• Behavioral Health Counseling and Therapy:
One-on-one and family sessions to resolve emotional,
behavioral, and relationship problems.
• Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment:
Intervention to enhance the child’s ability to participate
in and contribute to their community.
• Respite: Temporary break for parents caring for
children with emotional or behavioral disorders.
• Therapeutic Foster Care: Temporary foster care
placement for better behavior management and
treatment until able to reunite with their own family.
• Prevention: Education, guidance, and consultation
for families and community members to manage child
development and mental health issues.
• Complex Trauma and Attachment program:
Treatment to help families with children impacted by
early trauma.
• Sexualized Behavior and Trauma
Recovery: Treatment for children who have
experienced sexual trauma or who exhibit
concerning sexual behaviors.
School and Community
Based Services:
• School-Based Mental Health: School
referral for client to receive services in school.
• Community Based Family Treatment:
Intensive in-home counseling and case
management with a team of on-call
• Transitional Age Youth Services: Teens are taught
life skills including money management, job readiness,
and basic independent living skills.
• Prevention: Programs for students, educators, and
community members on topics like substance use and
abuse, mental health, bullying, and more.
Partial Hospitalization Program (PH P):
Alternative to a traditional school setting for children
with significant emotional/behavioral needs that
combines treatment and education. Admission based
on assessments and a referral from the school-district.
School-referral is not required for summer programs.
Early Childhood Services:
• Early Head Start: Home instruction for pregnant
women and families with children birth to age three
on topics including child development, parenting, and
school readiness.
• Help Me Grow: Developmental assessment, home
visits and early intervention service coordination for
families with development concerns for their infant or
• Early Childhood Mental Health:
Consultation and treatment for young children
and their families including individual, family,
and group sessions.
• Behavioral Solutions for Young Children:
Strategies for families and childcare staff to
manage difficult behavior in a preschool/
daycare setting.
• Parent Time Out Respite: Short term
respite services for families with young
• Diagnostic Assessment:
Mental health assessment for children birth to
age six.