Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health
Our vision as the Child & Adolescent Behavioral Health Services Division of Egyptian Health Department (EHD) is to provide quality services that are family driven, youth-guided, strengths-based and culturally competent; meaning services are customized to fit family's unique needs. Children, adolescents and their families will be provided equal services regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economic status, etc.
Screening, Assessment & Support Services (SASS)
Provides intensive counseling, crisis intervention and case management.
Comprehensive Community-based Youth Services (CCBYS)
For families who experience runaways, lockouts and children (ages 11-17) refusing to return home.
Intensive Placement Stabilization (IPS)
Offers services for children and adolescents who are youth in care of the Department of Children and Family Services.
A process used with families where traditional services have not typically been successful and there are a number of complex needs. This is a team-based approach.
Functional Family Therapy
Helping youth and their families to overcome delinquent behaviors. This is a short-term therapy with clients & families.
Family Resource Developers (FRD)
FRDs provide resources, transportation to mental health appointments, attend meetings, assist families through mental health services.
Outpatient Mental Health
Individual counseling, family & group services. All clients go through a mental health assessment.
Individual Care Grant (ICG) Program
Through HFS that offers more supports and funding for youth under age 18 involved with SASS or who have a serious emotional disturbance.
Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation
An intervention that teams a mental health professional with early childhood professionals to improve the social, emotional and behavioral health of children in child care and early education programs.