Children, Youth & Family Services
Community Based Services
Children, Youth & Family Services provides quality strength-based and family-centered mental health services that are geared toward improving the well-being of youth and families. Our trauma-informed care and evidence-based practices help to guide our clinical treatment and to build the connection between family and community service providers.
Services for children and adolescents from birth through 22 years old who are experiencing mental health crisis.
Mental health assessments, family and individual play therapy, parenting groups, in-home supportive counseling and service planning and coordination for parents.
Individual, family, and group therapy services.
Home and community-based services to individuals who would require residential care or who are returning to the community setting from a residential program.
A collaborative model that connects local schools, families, and behavioral interventionists to provide wrap-around services benefitting the student across school, community, and home settings.
Evidence-based applied behavior analysis for children diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
For additional information, please contact
Children, Youth and Family Community Based Services
Robyn Daley, Director
Phone: (802) 888-5026 ext. 139