Services by Age Group
The foundation for sound mental health is built early in life as a child begins to develop socially and emotionally. CG&FS Early Childhood services and programs address developmental needs of young children before birth through 8 years. By working closely with childcare providers, teachers and doctors we provide the best possible care for your child and family whenever and wherever you may need it.
The foundation for sound mental health is built early in life, as early experiences—which include children’s relationships with parents, caregivers, relatives, teachers, and peers—shape the developing brain.
CG&FS can help prepare your child to meet the challenges before them.
Growing up is hard. The pressure to be liked, do well in school, and make big decisions increases as you pass from childhood into adolescence and into the teen years.
Coping with these challenges can’t be avoided, but you don’t have to do it alone.
As we take on more responsibility, life offers a different set of challenges. This can be exciting, inspiring and rewarding; it can also result in feeling anxious, overwhelmed and disappointed.
CG&FS can provide the support needed to enable this life transition to occur in a positive way.
Evaluation and Assessment
Coordination of Care
Individual Counseling & Therapy
Incredible Years® For early childhood.
Toddlers and Preschoolers Succeeding (TAPS) For early childhood.
MommyCare For early childhood, teens and families.
Parenting Wisely For early childhood, school children, teens and families.
In The Schools For school children and teens.
Intensive Home Based Treatment For teens and families.
Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment For teens and families.
FIRST For teens and families.
C-CAN For teens and families.
Living With Mental Health Challenges
What to Look For
The Process: Our Continuum of Care
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Quality & Compliance
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 www.jointcommission.org, 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