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These services are for youth age 3-21 that can benefit from additional care outside of the clinic setting.  Children may receive a variety of services in the home, school, and other places in the community as determined by their needs. Case Managers, as an extension of the providers in the clinics, can assist youth in managing and eliminating their symptoms as well as helping to improve their daily living skills. 

Groups- A variety of groups are available to assist a child in such goals as improving social skills; improving academic performance; self- esteem building, and emotion regulation; among others. 

Parent Support-The Parent Support program is focused on providing support to parents who have children with mental health challenges. Educational assistance is provided to assist care givers in recognizing normal developmental patterns; develop effective discipline techniques; helping caregivers manage their own stress; coaching and assisting parents in their knowledge and awareness of their child's needs; understanding choices offered by service providers; connecting to resources in the community; and many other opportunities.  Staff can also support parents in school meetings and other community settings.