What to expect

A qualified mental health professional will assess each child/teen to determine eligibility for services. The assessment will last around 2 hours. Children with Medicaid take priority. Based on the assessed level of care, appointments for treatment services will be set up, and a case manager will be assigned who will meet with you within 7 days to develop a treatment plan. If intensive case management is authorized, a specialized case manager will meet with you to begin Wraparound planning.

Every 90 days, the case manager must evaluate treatment progress in order to obtain authorization of continuing services based on medical necessity.

Our children’s skills trainers and therapists work with children and families in the school setting, in the home, and in the office. Parents and caregivers are key to helping children improve in functioning and reduce problem behaviors. We ask that parents and caregivers be available and active participants in treatment.

Service array

  • Crisis services
  • Intake
  • Individual, Group, and Family Counseling
  • Skills training and development to assist children with learning social skills and reducing aggression and to teach parents how to manage difficult behaviors
  • Parent Support Groups, monthly
  • Psychiatric Evaluation
  • Medication Monitoring and Management
  • Patient and Family Education
  • Respite
  • Routine Case Management
  • Intensive Case Management with Wraparound Planning

What to Bring

Proof of income:

Most recent income tax return; or
2 consecutive pay stubs; or
Letter from parent/LAR's* employer stating monthly/yearly income

Proof of Insurance:

Current Medicaid eligibility letter; or
Insurance card from other third party payer

All relevant records for the child, including:

Medical, Psychiatric, including inpatient Psychological, Educational Assessments

The parent or legally authorized representative* of the child must accompany the child to all appointments.

Who is eligible

Children 3-17, with a serious emotional/behavioral disorder, which is interfering significantly with functioning.


There is a Sliding Fee Schedule, based on number in household and family income.

Medicaid, Children's Health Insurance Plan, and third party payers that include MHMR as a provider are accepted.