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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Residential Treatment Services
A highly structured, psychiatric residential treatment facility for children ages 5-18 experiencing significant psychiatric and/or trauma related issues.
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.
Partial Hospitalization Services
The year-round program provides youth (grades 1-12) and their families comprehensive mental health treatment and educational services.
Sanctuary Education for Learning Fundamentals (SELF)
Sanctuary-based program for students in grades 3-8 who are experiencing behavioral difficulties in school.
Sanctuary Based Learning Program (SBLP)
Specialized program for special education students in grades K-12.
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.
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.