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Home Based Services

The Home Based Treatment approach seeks to enhance the clinical outcome of treatment as well as engage natural supports to assist families in meeting their goals. The program is focused on children and adolescents, and their families who experience serious emotional disturbances and whose symptoms and behaviors negatively affect age-appropriate role functioning.

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