K-21 Student Programs & Services

  • Clinical Treatment Programs offer a therapeutic and educational environment for students who are experiencing difficulties due to mental health disorders or substance abuse. The programs provide intensive individual and group therapy as well as psychiatric services.

CARE

  • The CARE program is a school-based, partial hospitalization program that provides a clinical and alternative education environment for children, grades K-2, who have been diagnosed with a significant mental health disorder, such as an oppositional defiant disorder, a conduct disorder, a mood disorder, an anxiety disorder and/or an attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The primary goal of the program is to enhance the psychological well-being of students who experience such emotional stress and disequilibrium that they are unable to adjust to the demands and situations in a regular school setting. 

    Program goals:
    • Decrease the need for more restrictive levels of intervention
    • Enhance a child’s self-awareness and the ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships
    • Assist and support children in developing personal strategies for success
    • Enable children to return to a regular school environment
     
    Program features:
    • Services provided by licensed and certified professionals
    • School-based setting
    • Core curriculum (language arts, mathematics, social studies, science)
    • Supplemental courses (gym, art, etc.)
    • Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

TEACH

  • The Therapeutic Education Advancing Children's Horizons (TEACH) program is a school-based, therapeutic program that provides a clinical and alternative education environment for children, grades 3-12, who have been diagnosed with a significant mental health disorder, such as an oppositional defiant disorder, a conduct disorder, a mood disorder, an anxiety disorder and/or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. The program strives to achieve its goals by providing therapeutic, educational and family services.

    Program goals:
    • Decrease the need for more restrictive levels of intervention
    • Enhance a child’s self-awareness and the ability to develop and maintain healthy relationships
    • Assist and support children in developing personal strategies for success
    • Enable children to return to a regular school environment
     
    Program features:
    • Cognitive behavioral approach
    • Individual, group and family therapy
    • Psycho-social group education
    • Psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring
    • Psychological assessments
    • Transition planning
    • Behavior management system (point and incentive systems)
    • Regular and special education programs
    • Modified curriculum for individualized education plans (IEP)
    • Core curriculum (language arts, mathematics, social studies, science)
    • Supplemental courses (gym, art, etc.)

TEACH ABA

  • The TEACH Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program is a highly structured classroom environment that implements ABA principles as well as providing clinical support through group and individual therapy.

    Program features:
    • Full functional behavior assessment
    • Individualized positive behavioral support plan
    • Psycho-social group education
    • Psychiatric evaluations and medication monitoring
    • Behavior management system (point and incentive systems)

Changes

  • Changes is a licensed drug and alcohol treatment program that provides intensive outpatient and partial hospital level of intervention to adolescents who are not succeeding in a traditional high school setting due to substance abuse. The goal of the program is to provide students with the skills to maintain sobriety, achieve academic success, succeed in the workplace, transition into the community and return to their regular school setting.

     
    Program features:
    • Individual and group drug and alcohol treatment
    • Individualized academic program
    • Therapeutic environment

For more information, contact us:

  • 610-384-7647
  • SueL@cciu.org