At The MENTOR Network, we know that the path toward happiness at home can be challenging. In some cases, family members must work through a wide range of behavioral and emotional challenges. While some problems can be solved by families on their own, others require outside help from health and human services professionals. Our Behavioral Health Services are in place to provide that extra level of support.
We create Individualized Service Plans for each family and work with them in the community through outpatient therapy. We also provide medication management and support in our offices, as well as in the comfort of the family’s home—depending on their needs and preferences. In all of our Behavioral Health Services, our experienced staff strives to ensure that the family has the resources to focus on positive growth for the future.
Our Outpatient Therapy services help children deal with behavioral health challenges in a safe, supportive therapy environment. We provide professional therapy and support for children experiencing problems associated with the following:
- Behavioral challenges
- Substance abuse
While in outpatient therapy, the child learns to build coping skills that can help them succeed as they move forward in life. Our staff includes master’s-level clinicians who help people choose a positive direction for their lives and move toward healing and growth. Our staff consults with case managers, care coordinators, direct service professionals, physicians and foster parents to continually assess each child’s progress and create a comprehensive service plan that best meets their needs.
School-based Behavioral Health Services
In some areas, The MENTOR Network also provides school-based behavioral health services to children and adolescents with behavioral and mental health challenges in a safe, supportive therapeutic environment. We provide professional therapy and support for children experiencing problems associated with trauma, depression, behavioral challenges, substance abuse and more.
In our behavioral health programs—which are provided in school, remotely via televisits, and at home—children learn to build coping skills that can help them succeed as they move forward, both in their academic career and in life. Our staff includes master’s-level clinicians who help youth choose a positive direction for their lives and move toward healing and growth. Our expert team consults with parents, teachers, care coordinators, and health care professionals to continually assess each child’s progress and create a comprehensive service plan that best meets their mental and behavioral health needs.
Contact the location nearest you for more information on The MENTOR Network’s Behavioral Health Services.