Child Behavioral Health

Children are our future, and yet, many of them struggle and suffer every day with behavioral health issues that have gone undetected or have not been treated. At the CHCS Child Behavioral Health campus we are committed to providing the services and support that are needed to ensure that children, youth, Intellectually Developmentally Disabled (IDD) individuals, and their families can thrive and be safe: at home, school, and in community.

From birth to adolescence (0 to 18+ years of age), our care centers offer a continuum of different innovative and outcome driven interventions that focus on improving quality of life, preventing and minimizing crisis and reducing the need for expensive hospitalization. Committed to providing customized treatment, targeted programming is offered to connect and assist individuals and their families in weaving a safety net to effectively address the multiplicity of needs and challenges they may face.

Embracing a wraparound concept, we offer the appropriate treatment strategies and evidence-based interventions.

Our programs are always in need of supplies, goods, and services. We invite you to see our Wish List of items that can help change someone’s life and ask that you help today!
Sharita Hunter

Sharita Hunter

Davaughn loves going to the program. He has a music teacher, and he’s able to play the drums and guitar according to his mood at the time. He likes the way they treat him with respect and he really enjoys being there.