• CenClear school based mental health services

    Community and School Based Behavioral Health

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    CenClear’s Community and School Based Behavioral Health service (CSBBH) helps children with severe emotional or behavioral problems, which are leading to issues at school, at home and in the community.

    This program teaches children new ways to manage their feelings and behaviors so the child is ready to learn and get along better with others.

    The CSBBH team includes a CSBBH director, a mental health professional, with a master’s degree and a professional license, a behavioral health worker with a college degree and a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist (that will provide consultation to the team).

    The team will help develop a treatment plan that is right for the child and make changes to the plan as needed. The team will work with the child, family and school officials to provide services that are flexible and meet the needs of the child and family. 

    Regular progress reports will be provided and parents/guardians will be involved in every part of the treatment.

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    Services may include:

     Mental Health School Based

    • Individual Sessions
    • Group Sessions
    • Family Sessions
    • Case management
    • Behavior Management Planning
    • Crisis Intervention
    • Referrals

     

    Eligibility:

     

    • Services are generally approved for six months
    • Children must qualify for Medical Assistance
    • The child must live in a participating school-district

     

    Participating School Districts:

    Huntingdon 

    Juniata County

    Juniata Valley

    St. Marys

    West Branch 

     

    To request more information about this program, please call:
     
    1-877-341-5845
     
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