children + families
When a child or youth faces mental health or other challenges, it can impact many parts of his or her life—from school performance to behavior at home and in the community. Our team works alongside families as they face these challenges, often providing support individually and to the family as a whole.
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Providing convenient support during vulnerable times, our home-based therapists work with children and their families right from the comfort of their own home. Services can include: culturally and developmentally appropriate assessments, personalized treatment planning, and individual and family therapy services for a range of mental health concerns.
kent school services network (KSSN)
Kent School Services Network (KSSN) is a community-wide partnership that removes barriers to services by bringing health and human services into schools throughout Kent County. KSSN provides social and emotional support, as well as basic needs coordination to students and their families. Our Arbor Circle clinicians serve the following schools: Cedar Springs Public Schools, Burton Elementary and Middle School, Cesar Chavez Elementary, Southwest Community Campus, Westwood Middle School, and Kent Intermediate School District.
Becoming a strong family is fundamental, life-changing goal for parents and their children. We offer a range of parenting classes and workshops to strengthen parenting skills and bring families closer together.
Please note that parenting classes are only offered in Allegan, Muskegon and Ottawa counties.
specialized family case management
We provide specialized family case management services for families with children who have a dual diagnosis of mental health concerns and developmental disabilities.
Wraparound services are an innovative way to help a youth transform his or her life with the encouragement of a diverse and engaged support team. Through a collaborative process, wraparound services bring together a variety of system providers (school, court, child welfare, mental health and others) and natural supports for the youth’s family to create a positive plan to move forward.