Our services focus on the development of our clients. We promote growth, independence, recovery, resiliency, and empowerment of our clients so that they may achieve self-determination and live as independently as possible.
We provide the following services:
Family Therapy/ Group Therapy
Independent Skill Building
HHCSS offers the HHSCBP to children and adolescents between the ages of 4-17. Our Qualified Mental Health Professionals, and Community Support Specialists provide support for the children and families alike. In addition, our services are provided in the child’s natural environment (e.g., school, home, or libraries). Participants of the HHSCBP may also be eligible for counseling support from our Licensed Professional Counselor, or Licensed Social Worker.
Over six million children in the United States have difficulty concentrating, controlling impulses, and managing anger outburst in the classroom. Our Qualified Mental Health Professionals can help your child learn effective techniques for managing anger and other emotions resulting in a positive classroom experience.
One out of eight Children and adolescents ages 4 to 17 experience anxiety which causes fear, nervousness, and shyness. Anxiety results in poor school performance, missing out on important social experiences, and engaging in substance abuse. With treatment and support from a Community Support Specialists, your child can learn how to successfully manage the symptoms of an anxiety, and improve social skills resulting in an increased quality of life and higher self-esteem.
An estimated three million adolescents aged 12 to 17 in the United States had at least one major depressive episode in the past year consisting of a loss of interest or pleasure, and problems with sleep, eating, energy, concentration, and/or self-image. Our Certified Family Partners have experience uplifting children with mental health symptoms and can assist your child with family and peer connectedness, as well as with mood monitoring.
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