Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
An average of 1 in 10 children and adolescents in the United States experiences a mental health issue each year. Left untreated, poor mental health can effect a child or teen's ability to learn, develop friendships, engage well with their families, and can even threaten their safety. Community Reach Center provides private, confidential, evidence-based counseling for children, teens, and their families at any of the Center's five outpatient offices, in most Adams County public schools, and in other community-based settings.
Click on the title of specific services and programs listed below for more information:
The Early Childhood Services Program is dedicated to the promotion of social, emotional, and behavioral well-being of children six years of age and younger and their families. Therapists with the Early Childhood Services team provides:
Rocky Mountain Kid Therapy provides on-site occupational therapy at the Mountainland Pediatrics location at 8889 Fox Drive, Thornton, and the Brighton Office, 1850 Egbert Street, 2nd floor. At the current time, Rocky Mountain Kid Therapy only accepts Medicaid insurance. Occupational Therapy has been proven effective in treating children with Sensory Integration Disorder.
The aim of the Day Treatment Program is to help the student achieve success in both the home and school environment and successfully return to a public school setting. The Day Treatment Program provides multidisciplinary and intensive clinical services, including individual, family, and group therapy. Individualized educational services are provided in coordination with the client's school district and are consistent with the student's Individualized Education Plan.
The School-based Therapy Program provides on-site, confidential counseling and case management services to students who are experiencing emotional or behavioral difficulties. The program serves students of all ages within Adams County School Districts 1, 12, 14 and 27J and their families. Click on School Programs for information and locations for School Based Programs.
The Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program uses the clinically proven Dialectical Behavioral Treatment (DBT) to address the needs of teens aged 13 - 17 with high risk behaviors like suicidal thinking/self-harm, substance use, truancy, fighting/assaults, conflict at home and involvement with courts. CLICK HERE to read testimonials from participants.
Children with a mental illness and no adult support system in their lives have an especially hard time transitioning into adulthood. The Youth In Transition Program offers an essential bridge to responsible adulthood by providing comprehensive treatment and case management services to youth 14 to 25 years of age who have been diagnosed with a mental illness.
This program provides comprehensive mental health evaluations and services to juvenile offenders 10 to 18 years of age.
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Friends & Family Support Group
A group of families, friends and individuals who are touched by mental illness. Anyone dealing with a mental illness, including clients, family members and friends, can benefit from the support that Friends & Family Support Group offers. Each meeting includes education about mental illness, current treatments, research, resources and coping strategies; and sharing time when participants discuss the trials and triumphs of living with mental illness. Meets the last Wednesday of every month, 7:00-9:00pm. For more information and meeting location, call 303-853-3770 or e-mail Sheryl Bain at email@example.com .
Mountainland Pediatrics is an affiliate of Community Reach Center that provides pediatric care to children from birth through age 21. Click on Mountainland Pediatrics Website for valuable information on childrens' healthcare. Click Integrated Care to learn more about Mountainland Pediatrics as one of several integrated mental and physical healthcare initiatives at our Center.
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Community Reach Receives $50,000 for Youth Mental Health Services
Community Reach Center has received a $50,000 grant from the Caring for Colorado Foundation to fund the Youth in Transition Program. The Youth in Transition Program provides culturally appropriate intervention services to young adults aged 14-25, who are experiencing their first psychiatric problems or who have co-occurring mental illness and substance abuse issues, and who may be estranged from support systems. Read More . . .