Children/Adolescents Mental Health Services Continuum of Care
- Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS)
- Blended Case Management (BCM)
- Community Residential Rehabilitation (CRR)
- Family Based Mental Health Services
- Inpatient Psychiatric Services
- Intensive Outpatient Psychiatric Services (IOP)
- Mental Health Crisis Intervention
- Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST)
- Outpatient Psychiatric Services
- School Based Outpatient Services
- Partial Hospitalization
- Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF)
Child & Adolescent Service System Program
Child and Adolescent Service System Program (CASSP) is a comprehensive system of care for children and adolescents with or at risk of developing serious emotional disturbance and/or substance use disorders.
This program ensures that services are developed in collaboration with the child/adolescent, family, mental health system, the school, and all other agencies involved in the child or adolescent's life.
What Is CASSP?
CASSP is a team approach to helping children and their families. A CASSP Coordinator works with the child and family to build/pick the team and then helps to coordinate a meeting.
During the meeting, the teams work together to:
- Coordinate services
- Develop a coordinated plan to keep children at home and in their communities
- Discuss long-term and short-term goals to meet the child's mental health needs
- Explore and identify services
- Identify and build on the child's strengths
- Solve problems
For More Information or Referral
For information and referral for children's mental health services contact Center for Community Resources at 724-431-0095.