Youth, Young Adult, & Family Behavioral Health Care Coordination
Youth and young adult care coordination connects families dealing with behavioral health challenges to resources and referrals in the community that meet their needs.
Care Coordination services empower families to achieve positive outcomes through a structured, family-centered process. Children between the ages of 4 and 18 who are in the public mental health system may access care coordination services. For more information, use this referral form:
Behavioral Health Care Coordination for Children & Youth (fillable)
Behavioral Health Care Coordination for Children & Youth (printable)
The In-Home Services Program is designed to provide intervention and support to families in their homes, in order to manage the needs of a child under 18 years of age. For more information contact Program Coordinator Jocelyn Tillman at [email protected].
Youth Residential Treatment refers to campus-based evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents with severe, chronic emotional disturbances. This treatment option provides a self-contained therapeutic, educational, and recreational program in a residential setting.
If a family member or client under 18 years old would benefit from residential treatment and you would like to make a referral, contact Program Coordinator Jocelyn Tillman at [email protected].
The Howard County Local Care Team (LCT) is an interagency council designed to provide resources and support to families who need to access services for a child with intensive emotional and behavioral needs.
If a family member needs access to services for a child with behavioral health needs, click the link below.