Mental Health Partners - Outpatient and Family Intensive Services

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Outpatient and Family Intensive Services

Jennifer Leosz, Director

 

Child and Family Intensive Services

Boulder Adolescent Day Treatment (Halcyon School)

Year-round day treatment program for middle and high school youth who are at risk of out-of-home placement.  Halcyon is a collaborative program including the Department of Housing and Human Services, Boulder Valley School District and Mental Health Partners.  The program provides group, individual and family therapy and pro-social activities in addition to educational curriculum and program.

Boulder Elementary Day Treatment (Sanchez Elementary)

Day treatment program for elementary youth.  BEDT is a collaborative program including the Department of Housing and Human Services, Boulder Valley School District and Mental Health Partners.  The program provides group, individual and family therapy in addition to educational curriculum in the classrooms.

Home-Based Services (Center-wide)

Family Therapy Services:

Intensive, home-based family intervention program for youths with emotional disorders or mental illness who are at risk of out-of-home placement in the mental health, child welfare, or juvenile justice systems.

Family Advocates:  home-based support, advocacy, resourcing and mentoring for parents.

Youth Advocates:  mentoring and advocacy program for youths.

 

Outpatient Services

Adult Outpatient Services

Therapy, case management and medical/psychiatric treatment for adults with moderate to severe mental illness, some of whom may also have a co-occurring substance abuse issue. 

Based on the Recovery model, emphasizing treatment partnerships which help people meet their goals and maximize independence.  Brief solution-focused therapy, group therapy, psycho-education, and longer term individual or group therapy are offered based on individualized assessment and strengths-based service planning. 

Child, Adolescent and Family Outpatient Services 

Individual, group and family therapy, case management and medical/psychiatric treatment based on individualized assessment and strengths-based service planning in partnership with clients and other service providers, e.g. schools, Department of Social Services, juvenile probation, substance abuse treatment providers, etc. Mental Health Partners is grateful to the City of Boulder, Housing and Human Services Department for its financial support and assistance. 

Community Infant Program (CIP)/Circulo de la Vida Familiar (Circulo)

Intensive, home-based treatment for infants who are at risk for abuse, neglect or failure to thrive and their caretakers.  Circulo is the Spanish-speaking component of the program.  Mental Health Partners is grateful to the City of Boulder, Housing and Human Services Department for its financial support and assistance.

School-Based Services

Individual, group and family treatment; crisis intervention and assessment, referral, brief consultation with students and/or families, teachers and school staff, classroom presentations, and inservices.  Services provided in family resource schools in City of Boulder: Columbine; Creekside; Crestview; Whittier; and University Hill.

 

To Request Services | Para Solicitar Servicios

(8 AM - 6 PM)

303-443-8500

Rape Crisis Hotline | Línea de Crisis de Abuso Sexual

(24 HR)

303-443-7300

Emergency Psychiatric Service Crisis Line | Línea de Crisis de Servicio Psiquiátrico de Emergencia

(24 HR)

303-447-1665