Intensive Home-Based Services

We treat youth with severe emotional problems within the home, avoiding out-of-home placements.

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Intensive Home-Based Services is a coordinated program for Summit County youth with severe emotional problems. The goal of treatment is to help youth avoid out-of-home placements such as inpatient hospitalization or residential treatment.

Co-Occurring Home-Based Treatment

Also, CG&FS offers an Integrated Co-Occurring Home-Based Treatment program that serves youth who have both substance abuse and serious emotional problems.

What You Can Expect with Intensive Home-Based Services

These home-based programs include:

  • Family-focused, strength-based and culturally sensitive treatment
  • Services provided in the convenience of the youth’s environment, allowing the therapist to work with the most challenging behaviors as they occur
  • A minimum of 3-5 hours of service per week
  • Three to six months of treatment, as determined by the youth’s needs
  • A single assigned therapist, to reduce confusion to the family and ensure consistency in treatment

For additional information about our Intensive Home-Based Services, email us at IHBT@cgfs.org.

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