Child & Family Services
Our caring and trained clinicians provide thorough assessments, individual therapy, parent support, family therapy, skill building groups, and case management services. Our Child & Family services are designed to help youth and their families recognize and build upon their strengths to achieve emotional and behavioral stability. Psychiatric evaluations and medication management are available.
CPC’s Child and Family team works to coordinate our services with other systems families may be involved with, including schools, child welfare, foster care, court and probation, chemical dependency providers, and others.
Community Psychiatric Clinic provides developmentally-appropriate outpatient mental health services and counseling to:
• Children of all ages
• Young adults up to age 21
• Parents and Families
Services address emotional and behavioral issues such as:
• Grief and loss
• Learning problems and school failure
• Running away
• Drug or alcohol use
• Poor interpersonal skills
• Involvement with negative peers
• Legal involvement
• Acting out behavior
• Domestic violence
• Physical or sexual abuse
• Attention problems or hyperactivity
Our specialized child & family programs include:
Family Integrated Transitions (FIT)
The FIT program is funded by the Washington State Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration (JRA) to provide intensive, integrated, individual and family services to juvenile offenders with mental health and chemical dependency issues coming from institutions back to the community.
Wraparound Delivery Team (WDT)
The WDT program provides intensive wraparound services to families whose youth are involved in multiple systems. Systems can include special education, courts and probation, child welfare, foster care, chemical dependency providers and others. The wraparound team facilitates coordination among systems to help families support their youth.
Willows Transitional Housing
The Willows provides transitional housing with on-site services for 15 homeless mothers or caregivers (and their children) in recovery from co-occurring mental illness and chemical dependency.
Whether you, your loved one, or an outside provider has referred you to CPC, your first step is to contact our Assessment Services team. Our Assessment team can answer your questions and determine if our services are right for you. The phone screener will work with you to schedule an in-person appointment, or if we are unable to meet your needs, we will provide appropriate referrals.
We offer services at our Northgate clinic and at other community locations.
Contact Child & Family Assessment Services by calling 206-366-3015.