Andrews Center’s Children’s Mental Health Case Management and Skills Training unit is designed to allow children with severe emotional and behavioral problems to receive services within in their own community — reducing the likelihood of out-of-home placement. Most services are provided in the child’s home or in the community. Children’s services are research-based and designed to fill gaps in services not being provided by other programs.
An array of services is offered, including:
- Case Management
- Skills Training
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Outside of mental health, Andrews Center offers a variety of services generally focused on children with special needs. These programs are designed for children with physical, mental or emotional challenges or who may be at high risk for developing related problems.
Early Childhood Intervention – This is a therapeutic program for infants and toddlers under the age of 3 with developmental disabilities.
The Child Development and Treatment Center – This program is for children between the ages of 3 months and 5 years who are diagnosed with mental, emotional or behavioral problems and physical disabilities and need special help in learning motor, language, cognitive or social skills. Participation in a full or half-day program is designed to enrich areas of strength and improve areas of weakness.