Child + Family Behavioral Health
Our Child and Family Division works with children to provide an opportunity for success in school and life. We serve over 12,000 children per year and are embedded in over 120 Jefferson County Public Schools plus all schools in our rural services areas including Henry, Oldham, Bullitt, Shelby, Spencer and Trimble Counties.
If you think your child might benefit from mental health outpatient counseling, you’ve come to the right place! Centerstone Kentucky offers many treatment services, all designed to help children maximize their potential, do well in school, form healthy relationships, and improve family interactions. Please call our Access Center at 502.589.1100 or 800.264.8799 to make the first appointment.
Services for children and families are offered in an outpatient setting, including the following:
- At an SCS location
- Select Doctor’s office
- In your child’s school
- In home
Child and Family Services
Emergency Services 502.589.8070
Acute Child Psychiatric Services provides 24 hours a day assessment, intervention and referral for children, adolescents and families who are experiencing psychiatric emergencies.
Crisis Stabilization Unit (CSU) is an intensive, short-term inpatient program for children who do not need hospitalization, but require intervention beyond outpatient treatment.
Counseling Services includes assessments and individual, group and family counseling.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services are available upon request.
In-Home Therapy – The Family Recovery Program provides intensive in-home therapy services which includes assessment, crisis intervention and ongoing treatment.
KY Impact Services delivers intensive family-based services for youth with emotional disabilities and/or substance abuse. Those services include: individual, group, family, case management, medication management and in-home services.
Medication Management services are available under the supervision of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners and nurses specializing in the psychiatric care of children.
School Based Services places therapists within JCPS schools to provide ongoing therapy with students to improve attendance, social skills and academic achievement.
TAYLRD ‘Transitional Age Youth Launching Realized Dreams’ is a drop-in center for youth 16-25 that provides life skills, psychiatric care, academic support, vocational services, court support and therapeutic support.
Western Day Treatment offers specially designed instruction and therapy for children ages 5-13 who have a severe emotional disability.
Waller Therapeutic Program provides intensive therapy and case management in collaboration with school staff.