Community Support Services
Community Support provides child and family therapy, parenting support, behavior management, and more for kids and families across Colorado. We bring these services directly to homes, schools, or any other place where they can best work towards healing. The focus of our community services is to build stronger and healthier families.
We meet kids and families in their homes and other community locations to provide individual and family therapy, parenting support, and behavior management. This service is for kids 0-18 with a history of trauma who are experiencing mental and behavioral health challenges. This service prevents higher levels of care, such as hospitalization, and keeps children in their homes.
BRANCH stands for Behavior Resources for Adaptive Needs in the Community and Home. It provides intensive in-home therapy for children 5-18 with autism spectrum disorder or other intellectual/developmental disabilities in addition to trauma. It’s unique from other autism services in its focus on trauma and its incorporation of individual and family therapy.
Outpatient therapy serves kids and parents with less intensive needs. It provides ongoing support for clients who are ready to “step down” from higher levels of care. Through individual and family therapy, diagnostic services, and care coordination, they can continue building upon their progress to address the deeper causes of their mental health challenges.
Child First prevents abuse and neglect by supporting parents with kids 0-5. Child First strengthens the most vulnerable families who encounter poverty, mental health issues, homelessness, and other challenges. It’s an evidence-based model that uses Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), focused on growing the attachment between a parent and a young child.
Connect Parent is a support group that provides evidence-based parenting tools for caregivers with teenagers. Members participate in one session per week for ten weeks.