Mental Health Assessment
Mental Health Assessments are
completed by Qualified Mental Health Practitioners (QMHP) and last approximately 90 minutes.
Our outpatient programs are for individuals who are experiencing emotional and behavioral challenges that are having an effect on their day to day life.
Intensive Treatment Services (ITS)
Intensive treatment services are available for children of all cultural and ethnic backgrounds who live at home, in foster care, with relatives, or in other arrangements.
Intensive Outpatient Services and Supports (IOSS)
The Intensive Outpatient Services and Supports (IOSS) Program provides a specialized and individualized set of in-home and community based mental health services that are delivered in the most normal and least restrictive setting, the child’s home and at a public school.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
An autism diagnosis may not be what you had envisioned for your child. Every parent wants to see their child express themselves, successfully engage with others and reach their full potential. The Child Center’s ABA program can help.
Crisis Response Program
Provides support and help to parents, foster and adoptive parents and other caregivers when their child is experiencing a mental health crisis. It has a focus on families, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, throughout Lane County.
Collaborative Problem Solving Parenting Groups
We are proud to offer training in Collaborative Problem-Solving for parents, caregivers, and professionals! Integrating Collaborative Problem Solving theory into our array of strategies to build family relationships, parental efficacy, and the coping skills of children.
Community Health and Wellness
The Child Center is committed to improving the health and well-being of our clients, their families and the community. Our goal is to develop a culture of wellness that will encourage lifelong healthy lifestyle choices and attitudes.
Available to Lane County residents a wonderful resource library which covers a broad array of topics relating to children and families who are dealing with severe emotional and mental disorders.There are literally hundreds of books, journals, video tapes and other resources