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Children's Mental Health Services

Easter Seals UCP is Dedicated to Strengthening Families

Knowing when or who to turn to for help during crisis and stressful situations is challenging.   We offer services and resources for families and parents who are:

We provide comprehensive, office and community based mental health services for families with children from birth to 18 years of age.  Services are intended to increase resiliency by building on strengths and community supports to help families care for children in their own homes and provide the tools for children to thrive.  We strive to provide services that are research based and proven to provide effective solutions and outcomes for the child and family. 

Easter Seals UCP Children's Mental Health Services:

Foster Care
More than 400,000 children and teens are in the Foster Care System nationwide.  We are committed to providing the highest quality of treatment and foster care services that promote success for children and youth. 

Community Assessment and Response to Expedite Services (C.A.R.E.S)
Our 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. We ensure quick access to quality clinical services that meet individual’s needs in their communities with a tailored supportive approach that maximizes the youth and family’s voice. 

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

Community Based Services
Our goal is to help children and their families who have serious emotional conditions and/or substance abuse conditions through intensive home and community based services.

Hope4NC
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services’ Division of Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services, created Hope4NC to offer free crisis counseling to Hurricane Florence survivors.  Easterseals UCP was selected to help carry out the mission of addressing the mental and behavioral health needs in the aftermath of a disaster.

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.

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.

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.

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