In Calhoun and Branch County, Samaritas staff work with families to make changes that resolve a situation where a child has an emotional disturbance. Services can include counseling for individuals, couples, or the entire family. Services are provided in the home and the community and include clinical work through therapy models Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral , advocacy, psychiatric care, and more.
- Home Based Services: These services are offered in Calhoun and Branch County for children ages 4-18th birthday with an emphasis on improving functioning in the child’s natural environments at home, school, and/or in the community. Services are provided to the entire family unit and include individual and family counseling, advocacy, and assistance with obtaining psychiatric services. Home Based Services can be accessed by going through CMH to obtain an assessment to determine appropriateness for services.
- Toddler Infant Parent Program (TIPP): In Calhoun County, Samaritas Infant Mental Health clinicians work with Pregnant and parenting families up to the 4th birthday to assist in overcoming mental health barriers and enhance the bond and relationship between parent and child.
- Total Case Management (TCM): In Calhoun and Branch Counties, Samaritas staff work with families to assist them in linking and coordinating with other services to meet their youth's needs.