Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment

Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment

Among the many ways that CG&FS is able to treat co-occurring disorder is an intensive, home-based treatment approach that serves youth who suffer from both substance abuse and serious emotional problems.

Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment

This program will help with:

  • Severe mood, anxiety, trauma, or behavioral problems.
  • Alcohol, marijuana or other drug use.
  • Dangerous behavior including suicidal gestures, self-injury, aggression, run away or sexualized behavior.
  • Serious disruptions in family, peer or other relationships.
  • School-related problems such as suspensions, expulsions or truancy.
  • Delinquent behavior.

What to Expect

Services included in this type of program

What to Expect Details

Individual and family counseling:
Treatment utilizes a number of proven approaches to increase motivation for change and create safety and stabilization in the youth’s life.

Case Management
Allows us to connect you to and work with various community providers to create a network of support to ensure your child’s unique needs are met and success is maintained.

24/7 Crisis Management
Families are provided access to immediate support and are assisted in creating an individualized crisis plan that targets those most challenging behaviors.

Access to other CG&FS services:
Psychiatry, Respite, Healthcare Integration and more.

24-Hour Emergency Services

Children, youth or their families who are already clients of CG&FS can CALL DAY OR NIGHT at 330-762-0591 for emergency assistance. You may also text 4HOPE to 741741.

24-Hour Emergency Services Details

A mental health emergency is a situation where a child or teen is experiencing an emotional or psychological trauma that is beyond their ability to manage or which the parent can’t help.

Children, youth or their families who are already clients of CG&FS can CALL DAY OR NIGHT at 330-762-0591 for emergency assistance. 

The Crisis Text Line serves all ages. An individual may text the keyword 4HOPE to 741741 and expect a reply from a trained Crisis Counselor within five minutes. The message is confidential, anonymous and secure.

Others who are not yet involved with our agency, but who have a current mental health emergency regarding a child, should call the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) at Children’s Hospital: 330-543-7472.

Contact Us

Manager, Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment Program
Crisis Text Line: Text 4HOPE to 741741

What You Need to Know

To learn more about our Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment program, download the following resources.

Next Steps

Quality & Compliance

If you have a concern about patient care or quality of care, we would like to hear from you.

Any concerns about patient safety and quality of care can be directed either to the CGFS Director of Quality & Compliance, Dr. Timothy Bartlett, at 330-762-0591, or to our accrediting body, The Joint Commission. There are three ways to contact The Joint Commission:

  • At, use the “Report a Patient Safety Event” link in the “Action Center” on the home page of the website
  • By fax to 330-792-5636
  • By mail to Office of Quality and Patient Safety, The Joint Commission, One Renaissance Boulevard, Oakbrook Terrace, IL 60181

Services Brochure

To learn more about CG&FS and our servces and programs, please download our agency brochure.