School-Based Mental Health services provide children and youth struggling with mental health concerns with the care they need in their school setting. Our experienced, compassionate providers are based in more than 15 schools and partner with these schools to provide a safe, non-stigmatizing, and supportive natural environment in which students and families have access to prevention, early intervention, and treatment through school-based mental health programs.  


Ages served
Genders served
All genders
Payments accepted
Insurance accepted; Medical Assistance; Some clients are eligible for grants to cover the cost of care
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Promoting healthy children and academic success

Everyone needs help sometimes and seeking help is a sign of resilience and strength. School-based mental health services make getting help easier for children and youth struggling with their mental health by bringing support to them.  

Our services help children and youth manage their emotions and behaviors at school, without needing to find another time in their already busy lives to schedule another appointment. Skilled therapists work in collaboration with families, teachers, and school support staff to identify what each student needs and help them develop the skills they need to succeed. By collaborating with teachers and school support staff, therapists are able to increase positive experiences at school and avoid pulling students away from critical parts of their academic experience. 

Every person is unique, which is why we never use a one-size-fits-all approach. A therapist works with each client to establish a care plan that is adapted to fit the individual needs of the client, considering the client’s age and development. Together, our therapists work with the students they serve to build a hopeful path forward where all students have the opportunity to learn and thrive. 

Our services are available year-round and not just during the school year to support the long-term well-being of students.

Support may include: 

  • Diagnostic assessment 
  • Individual therapy 
  • Family therapy  
  • Group therapy 
  • Individual skill building 
  • Family skill building 
  • Group skill building 
  • Consultation to schools and teachers 
  • Trainings for school staff and parents/guardians