Children's Services

Children's Services

Childrens services page

We believe the first five years of a child’s life are critical. That is why Easterseals UCP has supports for children living with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. These supports include Inclusive Early Intervention Services and Developmental Centers where specially trained teachers and therapists build the foundation for young children to grow and flourish. Our trained staff specializes in helping children with a variety of disorders including autism, bipolar, schizophrenia, depression and other mental health disorders.

Children's Services in North Carolina

ABA Services
Where early identification and intervention are critical to promote best possible outcomes for all children.  Learn more about Easterseals UCP services.

Community Assessment and Response to Expedite Services (C.A.R.E.S)
Our i2i Award Winning Innovation Program C.A.R.E.S. model provides meaningful and supportive interventions that are designed to engage and link children and their families to services following a mental health crisis. 

Child First NC
Child First North Carolina is a collaborative effort with Trillium Health Resources, Easterseals UCP, Child First National Program Office and North Carolina Council of Community Programs that helps vulnerable young children and families improve relationships, protect them, and provide an intense home-based plan.

Children's Outpatient Services and Medication Management 
We provide evaluations and assessments to determine the most effective approach to improve mental health and wellness of the people we serve.

EMPOWER After School Program in North Carolina
After School Programs sponsored by Trillium Health Resources at several Easterseals UCP sites in NC

EMPOWER Summer Camp in North Carolina 
Easterseals UCP has four locations for inclusive summer day camps and afterschool programs sponsored by Trillium Health Resources

Family Transition Support Services

Foster Care
It's our vision is to see children in the foster care system reunified with their families when deemed safe and appropriate. Should a child need the services of a foster home, we'll provide the best out-of-home care possible until a more permanent plan can be achieved.

Intensive In-Home Based Services (IIH)
Intensive In Home is a 3 to 6 month partnership between our professional three person mental health team and families to first understand then address troublesome behaviors or psychiatric and emotional problems.  In addition to weekly, child, parent, and family based counseling, IIH teams are on call 24 hours each day to provide assistance in a crisis.  

Individual and Community Services
Community Skills Training, Personal Care and Respite supports provide one-to-one support for personal care and daily living skills to individuals with disabilities. 

Mobile Crisis Management (MCM)
Mobile Crisis Management provides integrated, short-term crisis response, stabilization and intervention for adults and children experiencing mental health or chemical dependency crisis. The Team can come to you where you are.

Multi-Systemic Therapy
Multi-Systemic Therapy (MST) is a program designed for youth generally between the ages of 12 and 17 who have antisocial, aggressive/violent behaviors and are at risk of out-of-home placement due to delinquency; adjudicated youth returning from out-of-home placement; chronic or violent juvenile offenders; and/or youth with serious emotional disturbances or abusing substances and their families.

NC START Central
North Carolina Systemic Therapeutic Assessment Respite Treatment provides crisis prevention and intervention for chilldren and adults with Intellectual Disability and/or Developmental Disability and co-occurring complex behaviorial health needs. Clinical teams support individuals and their families.

School Based Services
Our team of clinicians and intake staff work with school personnel in Wake, Durham, and Johnston counties to identify and support youth who are in need of additional behavioral health services in the school setting.   Our school-based team receives referrals from the school, and then our clinicians work with the youth, their families, and school personnel to provide behavioral health support.

Wraparound Program
Wraparound is a community-based program working with kids with significant behavioral challenges and their families in their home and community.  The program serves youth ages 6-20 years old who live in Wayne or Sampson Counties or within a 30-mile radius of the Easterseals UCP Goldsboro office.

Children's Services in Virginia

Camp Easterseals UCP in Virginia
Camp Easter Seals UCP in New Castle, VA is a one-of-a-kind camp for children and adults with disabilities.  Programs range from summer camps, to fall and spring camps, and respite and family camps.

Early Intervention
Services help infants and toddlers up to age five with developmental skills.  Easterseals UCP offers assessments to guide families and offer resources for developmental disability services.

Busy Beats Musical Group
Busy Beats is a preschool-aged music group focusing on each child’s individual development.  The program, open to children 18-months-old to 4 1/2 years, focuses on developmental skills using fun and musical methods.

Virginia Regional Education Assessment Crisis Services Habilitation (REACH) Program
REACH is designed to meet the crisis support needs of children and teens in Virginia who have a developmental disability and are experiencing crisis events which put them at risk for homelessness, incarceration, hospitalization, and/or danger to self or others. 

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