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Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board
Proudly Serving the Communities of Hampton and Newport News since 1971
CHILDREN’S COMPREHENSIVE OUTPATIENT SERVICES
Psychiatric and Outpatient Services
Short-Term, solution focused mental health and substance abuse services provided to young people and families. The range of services includes individual, group and family therapy, comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, social assessments and medication education and management.
Psychological Assessment & Evaluation Services
This program provides comprehensive psychological testing and evaluation including personality, educational, parental competency, court, disability, developmental, vocational, and neuropsychological evaluations.
Children’s Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center
The Children’s Behavioral Health Urgent Care Center (BHUCC) provides rapid assessment and crisis intervention for children and adolescents experiencing a mental health crisis. Services are provided in a safe, clinically supervised treatment environment. Assessments and clinical interventions are conducted by qualified mental health providers and child psychiatrists. Community-based follow-up services may include phone contacts, teleconferencing with the child and family in the home or school, telepsychiatry appointments, and face to face visits in the home.
Mentor Services provides in and out-of-home education, behavioral interventions, training and crisis management services to children and adolescents with moderate to severe emotional disturbances, developmental disabilities or substance abuse. Includes the provision of Crisis Intervention, behavioral interventions, participation in treatment planning, outreach, service provider linkage, monitoring, advocacy, daily living support, respite, independent living skills, vocational instruction, medication monitoring, supportive counseling and positive role modeling.
Therapeutic Day Treatment Services (School Based)
Enables youth to achieve and maintain optimal functioning in the academic and community settings and prevent more restrictive levels of care. Individual and group counseling, family counseling and coordination, medication education, classroom behavioral intervention and linkage to other clinical services providing opportunities in an educational setting to learn and use daily living skills and to enhance social and interpersonal skills. VICAP is required for this service.