Services

Expanding community-based services helps support families with children and youth who have significant behavioral health challenges.

In February 2014, high-fidelity wraparound care coordination started with the Continuum of Care.

It is difficult to understand what is available for children and youth who have significant behavioral health challenges. The parent peer support service matches parents and caregivers with a person who has lived experience caring for a child or youth with significant behavioral health challenges. This parent peer support provider may help attend child and family team meetings, may help advocate for a child or youth, and can help explain what options are available for parents and caregivers.

Additional services including intensive family services, respite, youth peer support and community crisis response and intervention are also being developed. 

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