Children’s Services

Your child’s mental health is important, and our compassionate staff will care for your loved one as if they were our own.

When Should I Seek Help for My Child?

The decision to seek treatment for a child should be made carefully and only after less restrictive options are deemed inappropriate. The primary concern of Parkwood Behavioral Health System’s treatment programs for children are to provide a nurturing environment in which children’s special psychiatric needs can be addressed. These children’s behavioral health programs are designed for children ages 9 to 11.

What is the Treatment Center for Kids Like?

The children’s inpatient services unit provides medical and behavioral healthcare for children who need an intensive therapeutic structure. Within this caring environment, treatment is administered by behavioral health professionals who specialize in child care. Therapeutic components of behavioral health for kids include individual, group, family and activity therapy.

What Will My Child Do in Treatment?

Inpatient acute care for children includes kids’ yoga, process groups, recreational therapy, relaxation groups, artistry-based groups and education services which include academic enrichment and tutoring.

Summer IOP for Children and Teens on the Spectrum

This Monday through Friday program takes place for five hours a day for two sessions in the Summer. Providing a supportive environment for enrichment activities and learning for children ages 10-13 and teens ages 14-17, our summer intensive outpatient program for children and teens who have high-functioning autism can help with social skills, life skills and more.

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