Putnam County

419-523-0027
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  • Continuum of Services
    • PREVENTION
      • Classroom Presentations
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        A professional provides a full classroom presentation on a specific subject (i.e. anti-bullying, depression, suicide prevention, peer pressure, feelings expression, drug and alcohol, health issues) per request of a classroom teacher or school personnel.
      • Teacher Consultation
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Education on mental health, diagnosis and related symptom, health or drug and alcohol issues. Student specific strategic behavioral planning for teachers and linkage to community services, as well as, student specific consults based on screening or assessment.
      • Parent Advocacy
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Advocacy supports for children who are diagnosed with a mental illness. Helps to provide a voice for parents and children with health, alcohol and drug, or mental illness, emotional disturbances, and behavioral differences. Parent advocates can attend meetings or support and educate parents in order to enhance the likelihood of positive outcomes.
      • Referrals
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        An agency connects the school with referrals to local community services and local resources.
    • INTERVENTION
      • Summer Program
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Programming, specialized camps, or respite to help support and maintain function of children with special health and wellness needs through the summer months. Services can be designed to address and develop skills in areas of socialization, communication, self expression, self esteem, and interpersonal relationships. Programming will also improve fitness, physical skills, ability to follow rules and directions, share and play cooperatively.
      • Topical Groups
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Group sessions that include drug and alcohol, health, grief, divorce, anger management, behavior specific, and parenting. Groups can be designed for specific topics per request of school.
      • 1:1 Supervision/Mentoring
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Individual attention, supervision, monitoring, or support given to a youth in order to improve function, increase participation, and stabilize symptoms in a school setting.
      • After School
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        Service Details
        Programming to support children after school, in school building or at community locations. It can also provide for communication outlets for parents, schools, and students. After school programming can include homework assistance and academic support, health, Drug and alcohol, or mental health groups and treatment.
      • Classroom Check-ins
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Provides stop-in to classrooms/school buildings to check on an identified student or students during a school day. Ability to assist in managing the student's behavior if needed.
      • Family Outreach
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Outreach to parents and caregivers to have access to supports, local services, and resources. Assisting families with communication techniques to better partner effectively with schools, mental health professionals, juvenile court, health services and children's protective services.
      • Classroom Assistance
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        A professional can assist the teacher with classroom management and organization, hallway/cafeteria monitoring, or outside supervision.
    • TREATMENT
      • Crisis Intervention
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Intervention, assessments, and stabilization of a health, alcohol and drug, or mental health emergency.
      • Day Treatment
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Cooperative mental health and school partnership to provide a full day of academic programming with intensive behavioral health treatment.
      • Individual/Family Counseling
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Confidential, structured face-to-face, treatment sessions provided by a licensed clinician that use a broad range of therapeutic approaches that may include health, drug and alcohol, cognitive, dynamic, behavioral, family oriented, and solution focused brief therapy.
      • Liaison/Case Manager (CPST)
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Services that assure advocacy, communication and coordination efforts on behalf of children with a diagnosis to include assisting the student and family with school linkage, transition supports, and referrals to community services.
      • Diagnostic Assessment
        Offered Not Offered
        Service Details
        Assessing the child in all life domain areas with a result of a clinical diagnosis and treatment recommendations.
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