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Children and Adolescents

Outpatient & Outreach Services for Children and Adolescents

Approximately one of every six school-aged children in the United States are diagnosed with a mental health disorder. Mountain Lakes offers many different levels of services to help children and their families. We provide services in our offices, in schools, and in the homes of children and adolescents between the ages of 5-20. MLBHC strives to provide the best possible care for our child and adolescent clients and their parents.

School Based Program provides therapists in schools who work with children and collaborate with teachers and school personnel to provide specialized care.

Home Team Services work with children and their families to improve mental health and reduce the necessity of more intensive treatment.

Therapeutic Mentoring is a service to help the child learn and practice age-appropriate behaviors and mannerisms.

Peer Support Services are available for eligible youth or parents. Peers are individuals who have relevant experience and can share their personal story and wisdom.

Intensive Care Coordination assists eligible youth and their families in gaining access to needed mental health, social, educational, and other services.

Psychiatric and Medication Services are available as needed. Sliding fee scales are available for those without insurance who meet required criteria. Individuals with a developmental disability, autism, organic mental disorder or traumatic brain injury are not eligible for services unless they also have a psychiatric condition.

For more information or to schedule an appointment please view our locations and contact information by clicking here.

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