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The Children's Central Intake Unit is the gateway into our programs serving children between the ages of 3-17. The intake process begins with referrals via telephone or face-to-face contact and is accomplished by a comprehensive initial evaluation. Consumers and families are then referred to an appropriate service within the agency or to an outside agency.
The Adult Intake Unit is the entry point into adult outpatient services where an initial intake assessment is performed and followed with an evaluation provided by Masters level clinicians and licensed psychiatrists respectively. Adults can also be admitted into various programs by referral from DBH or CBH.
The Educational Services Division's Mission is to provide a safe and structured educational environment where children and adolescents can be nurtured. We bring passion and commitment to the children in our care and understand and appreciate their differences and challenges. We recognize the "diamond in the rough" and seek to resuscitate the resilient spirit within.


Non-Fidelity ACT serves individuals who have serious and persistent mental illness with co-occurring conditions such as drug and alcohol abuse and other special populations. The goal of the services is to assist the consumer in obtaining resources and services that build on their strengths and meet their needs to help them to function at their highest level in the community. It is a partnership between the case management team and the consumer that focuses on recovery and the self-management of mental illness and life.

The case management team and the consumer plan, coordinate, monitor, adjust and advocate for services and supports that are directed toward the achievement of the individual's personal goals for community living.


All referrals for adult blended case management services are received from the Non-Fidelity ACT Unit of the Office of Behavioral Health. The services provided by Case Managers include assessments, service planning, linking and gaining access to services, monitoring service delivery, problem resolution, informal support network building, and use of community resources.

Location: Main Office