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Child and Adolescent (SED) Services | Behavioral Health

Our services target children and youth who are experiencing problems related to their mental health symptoms and who are struggling to function effectively at home, in school, and in their social environments. We treat children and families in the environment that is most conducive to promoting positive changes in these areas, including home-based, school-based, and community-based services. Family involvement in treatment is strongly encouraged to help produce better long-term outcomes for the young person.

Who can participate?
Anyone under the age of 18. Youth who are older than 18 but still enrolled in High School and receiving mental health treatment through Solutions at their school may also be eligible.

Who provides the service?
The team consists of therapists, case managers, registered nurses, and psychiatrists.

Payment:
Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible. A sliding fee scale is available to all Clinton and Warren County residents.

Locations:
Lebanon, Mason, Springboro, and Wilmington. Specialized trauma-focused services are available at the Warren County Child Advocacy Center in Franklin. Services are also provided in over 45 schools across both Clinton and Warren County 

Behavioral Health Intensive Home-Based Treatment

Youth who are experiencing severe symptoms or disruptions in their ability to function at home, school, work, or in the community may benefit from Intensive Home-Based Treatment. This wrap-around program provides high-intensity counseling, case management, and psychiatric management (if needed) to help the client and family remain intact and reduce the severity of problems and symptoms and maintain the youth in the community.

Who can participate?
Any Clinton or Warren County child or youth who is involved with multiple agencies (e.g. Children’s Services, Juvenile Court, etc.) has one or more diagnosable mental health disorders that are severely impairing their ability to function, and are at risk of an out-of-home placement.

Who provides the service?
The team consists of Master’s level therapists, Bachelor’s level case managers, registered nurses, and psychiatrists.

Payment:
Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible. A sliding fee scale is available to all Clinton and Warren County residents.

Locations:
Lebanon, Mason, Springboro, and Wilmington. Services are delivered primarily in the home, school, and community.

Developmental Disabilities Intensive Home-Based Intervention

Geared toward children and youth with developmental disabilities, this program serves clients who are referred directly by the Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities for short-term, intensive home-based services to help creatively reduce behaviors and give families strategies for managing challenging symptoms. Services typically occur 3-5 times per week for 90 days.

Who can participate?
Referrals must be made by the Warren County Board of Developmental Disabilities. The client must have a diagnosed mental health condition in addition to their developmental disability to qualify for mental health services.

Who provides the service?
The team consists of two licensed clinicians and a child psychiatrist.

Payment:
Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible.

Locations:
Services are provided largely in the child or youth’s home, with the possibility of school or community interventions being implemented, based on individual need.

Transitional-Aged Youth Program

Young people have unique needs that are often not adequately addressed by traditional child or adult programs. To assist young people in moving through transitions into adulthood, services in the Transitional-Aged Youth program are individually tailored to provide the most engaging and appealing support as the young person works toward their goals related to vocation, academics, housing, relationships, and mental health.

Who can participate?
Referrals for services may be made by any agency. Youth must have a qualifying mental health diagnosis that results in reduced functioning and requires multi-agency intervention for at least one year and must reside in Warren or Clinton County.

Who provides the service?
Master’s level therapists and Bachelor’s level case managers/Transition Coordinators are trained in the evidence-based Transitions to Independence Process (TIP) model. The team may also include psychiatrists, nurses, and Vocational specialists.

Locations:

  • Lebanon
  • Mason
  • Springboro
  • Wilmington

Services are delivered in the most convenient and effective setting for the young person and family.

Parents and Children Together (PACT)

The PACT program provides specialized trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy to children who have experienced traumatic abuse and /or grief and loss and their non-offending parent/caregivers. During each of the program sessions the family works in groups (children groups, sibling groups, and parent/caregiver groups) to provide all family members an opportunity to process the effects of the abuse, especially the intense emotions that can accompany it. Sessions help families to develop supportive resources in their communities, prevent further exploitation and abuse of children, and assist families to remain intact.

Who can participate?
Any child or adolescent who has experienced abuse and their family members. 

Who provides the service?
Master’s level therapists, counselors, social workers, psychology students, psychologists trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy. 

Payment:
Most major insurances are accepted, non-insured, and Medicaid patients eligible.

Location:
Warren County Child Advocacy Center in Franklin, Ohio (Dayton Children’s Hospital Franklin campus), Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers 204 Cook Road location.