Riverside’s Child and Family Services provide mental healthcare, early childhood programs, and family support services – and we are dedicated to helping families succeed. We offer a range of programs that serve children and families at all levels of development – including before birth. Our goal is to keep the family at the center of care and focused on their child. And we work collaboratively with pediatricians and other providers, all with the same goal. With decades of experience, our services easily integrate into a child’s existing support system, building a team around the family’s vision for their child’s future and incorporating the needed supports into the child’s daily life.
Our Child and Family services are easy to access whether you need help with an infant, an older child, or a teenager.
Outpatient Therapy for Children and Families is available at seven locations for young people who are struggling with their mental health or behavioral issues. Our Outpatient Centers offer comprehensive mental health services in comfortable and professional settings.
School, Day, and After School Programs are highly specialized programs for youth who are experiencing behavioral issues or have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness. These are supportive and therapeutic programs designed to help students cope and better integrate into their school and home communities.
Early Childhood Services are available for children from before birth to age 6, depending on the program. These services are designed to support children and their families to help give them a great start in life by providing educational, therapeutic, and supportive programming that support healthy development and relationships.
Home Based Services are designed to help children and families right in their own home or other community setting to help address emotional and behavioral difficulties while also working to improve the entire family dynamic.
Developmental Disability Programs offer services to families with children who have a developmental or cognitive disabilities as well as support and training for caregivers and family members. We have a mobile resource and treatment team that visits individuals in their homes as a well as family support and leadership programs including the Riverside Family Support Center.
Care Coordination Services are available through our two Community Service Agencies which provide both Intensive Care Coordination and Family Support and Training.
School Based Services are partnerships with public schools to provide bullying and violence prevention training, depression screenings, as well as mental health and addiction treatment support to students. We also provide consultation and training to preschool and day care programs.
Domestic Violence Services include professionals from various community supports systems including social services, police, legal, housing, and more. Our goal is to enhance safety planning and to provide other services for those who are at the highest risk of lethality due to domestic violence. We also offer many therapeutic services to children and their families who have been impacted by domestic violence, as well as supervised visitation for children and their non-custodial parent.