Child and Family Services staff members collaborate with all the important people in the child’s life to provide individualized care to optimize treatment. Our Options youth program is a multidisciplinary team of therapists, transition specialists and an employment specialist who focus community based services to help prepare and support youth during their transition from youth to independent adulthood. Located at Clark County Youth House.
The variety of outpatient services includes:
Options Youth Program
One of the biggest challenges for young people newly diagnosed with mental health issues is highlighted in the following article about mental health issues and isolation. In the Options youth program we work very hard to help overcome isolation for youth by providing a safe place with youth friendly activities and resources. The overall philosophy of the Options program is one of progression at whatever level is comfortable to youth.
Feel free to contact Vicki Salsbury-Dahlgren at 360.750.7033 to make a referral or ask any questions.
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