FBH provides an array of mental health services to youth and their families who need support in managing mental health symptoms. This includes interventions targeted toward improving emotional, social and behavioral functioning.
Clinical staff work collaboratively with youth and their families to develop individualized treatment plans that support identified goals. Parent involvement in treatment is encouraged (and required for children under 12). After-school and evening appointments are available to accommodate a variety of family schedules.
Services can be short-term or long-term depending on the needs of the child and family, and may include:
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Education about diagnosis, treatment models and interventions, and outcomes
- Parenting support and education
- Psychological testing
- Medication management through FBH’s Psychiatric Services
- Crisis management
- Collaboration with other community partners (schools, doctors, Juvenile Court, Department of Child and Family Services, hospitals, etc.)
Youth and families who may benefit from FBH services include those struggling with one or more of the following:
- Mood disorders that are interfering with daily functioning (such as depression, anxiety, or anger control issues)
- Behavioral problems
- History of trauma
- Poor social skills
- Family stressors (divorce, loss of a loved one, abuse, neglect, domestic violence, etc.)
To access these services please call 509-838-4651 or 509-838-4128.