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Families

Sarah A. Reed Children’s Center provides a comprehensive continuum of programs and services to address the emotional and mental health needs of families across all environments, including the home, school, and community settings. Our service continuum provides trauma-informed, high quality, and evidence-based therapeutic programming to families across the region.

Outpatient Therapy Services

Outpatient Therapy Services

Provides individual, group, and family therapy utilizing evidence-based modalities such as PCIT, TF-CBT, EMDR, etc. in a school-based, clinic-based, or virtual setting.

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Diagnostic Assessment Services

Diagnostic Assessment Services

Children (age 2 and up), adolescents, families, or individuals can receive comprehensive psychological assessment services to clarify diagnosis and/or inform treatment recommendations.

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Psychiatric Services and Medication Management

Psychiatric Services and Medication Management

Board-certified child/adolescent psychiatrists and certified nurse-practitioner provide medication-related psychiatric care for behavioral health concerns (on-site and telehealth availability).

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Community School-Based Behavioral Health (CSBBH)

Community School-Based Behavioral Health (CSBBH)

An innovative, collaborative model for Union City students in grades K-12 to receive behavioral health services that span home, school, and community.

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Mobile Mental Health Treatment (MMHT)

Mobile Mental Health Treatment (MMHT)

High quality home- and community-based treatment for at-risk children, adolescents, families, or adults whose disabilities or psychosocial difficulties are barriers to receiving services in a clinic-based setting.

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Residential Treatment Services

Residential Treatment Services

A highly structured, psychiatric residential treatment facility for children ages 5-18 experiencing significant psychiatric and/or trauma related issues.

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Acute Partial Hospitalization Services

Acute Partial Hospitalization Services

Provides services for children, grades 1-12, with significant emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric disorders and their families as a diversion or step-down from psychiatric hospitalization.

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Partial Hospitalization Services

Partial Hospitalization Services

The year-round program provides youth (grades 1-12) and their families comprehensive mental health treatment and educational services.

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Sanctuary Education for Learning Fundamentals (S.E.L.F.)

Sanctuary Education for Learning Fundamentals (S.E.L.F.)

Sanctuary-based program for students in grades 3-8 who are experiencing behavioral difficulties in school.

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Sanctuary Based Learning Program (SBLP)

Sanctuary Based Learning Program (SBLP)

Specialized program for special education students in grades 6-12.

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Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Student Assistance Program (SAP)

Designed to assist school personnel in identifying and supporting students with mental health or drug/alcohol issues, which pose a barrier to student success.

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Specialized Student Intervention Program (SSIP)

Specialized Student Intervention Program (SSIP)

Innovative, family-centered program to support Iroquois School District students (grades Pre-K-12) and their families to improve overall functioning.

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