Child Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment

Child Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CCPST) services are designed to provide assistance, advocacy, education and support to children that are diagnosed with a mental health issue. Community Support Workers help children develop appropriate coping and social skills to enable them to function well at school, at home and in the community. We also provide families with education related to the child's mental health issues and work cooperatively with parents and caregivers. We work in a variety of settings including home, schools and the juvenile justice system.