Services

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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, Springboro, and Wilmington.  

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.  A diagnostic assessment is first completed, along with evidence based trauma questionnaires, then a combination of individual, family and/or group counseling is recommended.  Therapy is provided to process the effects of the abuse/trauma, especially the intense emotions that can accompany it. Sessions help families to develop supportive resources in their communities, prevent further exploitation and abuse/traumatic events in the child's life, and assist families to remain intact.

Who can participate?
Any child or adolescent who has experienced abuse, their family members and their non offending care taker. 

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:

 Solutions Community Counseling and Recovery Centers

975 Kingsview Drive, Lebanon, Ohio 45036

953 South South Street, Wilmington, Ohio 45177