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The Clinic offers a broad range of outpatient programs and services to meet the mental health needs of children and families in the community. These services include:
EMPS Crisis Services
An immediate mobile response program for children, adolescents and their families in crisis. EMPS can be reached 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, by dialing 211.
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Mental health therapy is delivered in individual, family and group settings. The specific services needed and their frequency will be determined based on the needs of the child and his/her family.
CBC navigates the autism landscape with care, compassion . . . and connection. Services provided include diagnostic evaluation (ADOS-2), social skills groups for children and siblings, parent support groups, psychiatric services, and care coordination. To learn more about the autism care provided by Clifford Beers, click here.
Children and adolescents, together with their families, are treated for a wide variety of behavioral concerns including problem sexual behavior, risky behavior (e.g., poor decision making, inability to set boundaries), and inappropriate internet use. Specialized Services also offers support and treatment to individuals exposed to (or at risk of being exposed to) human trafficking.
School-Based Health Clinics
On-site clinics allow our therapists to connect with young people in their schools and during daytime hours to address mental health issues. Currently, school-based clinics are located in Clinton Avenue School (New Haven), Fair Haven School (New Haven), Lincoln-Bassett School (New Haven) and Wilbur Cross High School (New Haven).
A strength-based, family driven, community-based program that aims to keep children and adolescents in their homes, their community and their own environments by collaborating with their families, community supports and providers to coordinate their care.
There are different paths to care coordination — and a family’s circumstances and goals will help determine which is the best path to care. One option is the New Haven Trauma Coalition. Click here to read more! Another option is Wraparound New Haven. To learn more about that program, click here.
Particular situations and behaviors we address
Clifford Beers Clinic offers a range of programs designed to address particular situations and behaviors in specific ways. These include:
- domestic violence
- community violence
- emotional abuse
- incarceration of a parent or caregiver
- loss of a loved one
- military deployment of a parent
- peer issues/social issues
- physical abuse
- risky sexual behavior
- school behavior problems
- sexual abuse
To receive treatment for your child and your family, contact the Clinic at 203-772-1270. Press 3 for English. Presione el numero 1 para Español.
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Clifford Beers Clinic offers open “walk in” access. To learn more, please click here.