Services for Families
CMHCM offers services for families. Please contact the office in your county for more information.
Services CMHCM Provides
Crisis Interventions are unscheduled individual or group services aimed at reducing or eliminating the impact of unexpected events on mental health and well-being.
Family Skills Training is education and training for families who live with and or care for a family member who is eligible for specialty services or the Children’s Waiver Program.
Family Support Subsidy Program can pay for special expenses the family has while caring for their child with severe disabilities. This financial support may help prevent or delay placements outside the home. In other cases, the program may provide the funds necessary to allow children to return from placements outside the home.
Home-Based Services for Children and Families are provided in the family home or in another community setting. Services are designed individually for each family and can include things like mental health therapy, crisis intervention, service coordination, or other supports to the family.
Mental Health Therapy and Counseling for Adults, Children, and Families includes therapy or counseling designed to help improve functioning and relationships with other people.
Respite Care Services provide short-term relief to the unpaid primary caregivers of people eligible for specialty services. Respite provides temporary alternative care, either in the family home, or in another community setting chosen by the family.
Wraparound Services for Children and Adolescents with serious emotional disturbance and their families include treatment and supports necessary to maintain the child in the family home.