What is the Child & Family Mental Health Program?
The Child and Family Mental Health Program provides mental health services for children, families, and caregivers. We believe that therapy is a process devoted to growth and change, where family involvement is vital. Our highly knowledgeable and trained therapists provide child and family therapy using a strength-based, client-centered approach with a strong reliance on cognitive behavioral and solution focused family therapy, behavior management training, and play therapy. Supervision is provided by Licensed Mental Health Clinicians.
Benefits of the Child & Family Mental Health Program
- Screening and assessment
- Individual counseling
- Family therapy
- Early Childhood Mental Health Services
- Individualized service plans based on child/family needs
- Parenting support
- Individual skills training
- Case management and referrals
- Collaboration with many other agencies
- Bi-lingual (Spanish) services
How do I know if my child needs mental health services?
Your child may need mental health services if they have been experiencing any of the following: in- creased anger, depression or mood swings, trouble concentrating, increased conflicts, delinquent behavior, or a decline in school performance. If you notice that your child is withdrawing, acting out, or experiencing frequent fear, it may be time to seek help.
How do I know if I qualify for services?
This program specifically targets children from birth to 17 years old. Teenagers 14 years and older can receive services without family involvement, although family involvement is encouraged..
How do I access the Child & Family Mental Health Services?
Call or visit our Rapid Access Center (RAC) to complete an assessment.
8:00 am – 8:00 pm Monday through Friday (541) 762-4300
195 W. 12th Avenue, Eugene, OR 97401