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Counseling and Mental Health (Child and Family Services)
39 Union St
Easthampton, MA 01027
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Counseling and Mental Health (CFS)
39 Union St
Easthampton, MA 01027
Telephone Numbers and Contact information
Phone #:(413) 529-1764 Main Phone
Phone #:(800) 232-0510 Intake
E-mail to: None Listed
Operating Agency: Child and Family Service of the Pioneer Valley, Inc. (Private, Non-Profit) Person In Charge: : Hours: Monday - Friday 9-7 Eligibility: Accept most insurance plans, Medicare, Medicaid, & Mass Health Fees: Intake Process: Program Licenses: Staff Qualifications: Service Area: Handicap Accessibility:
Child & Family’s Counseling and Mental Health Clinic is committed to promoting the growth and development of children adults and families by making the most of their personal resources. Our counselors give support and guidance to assist people with developmental and life transitions throughout the life cycle. (Offices in Springfield, Greenfield, Worcester, Easthampton, and Athol) We have on staff licensed psychologists and Board certified psychiatrists. Clients may be seen in our office or outreach services are available for those individuals with barriers to travel. Our clinicians are Master degree therapists, licensed in clinical social work, marriage & family therapy, substance abuse counseling and mental health. Their areas of expertise include: Family relationships Marital or couples issues Parenting concerns Child and adolescent behavior problems Adoption, foster care & placement issues Anxiety and depression Coping with a physical disability Geriatric issues Bereavement, separation or loss Stress management Gay/Lesbian/Transsexual issues Substance abuse Employee Assistance Counseling Substance Abuse Counseling CFS clinicians treat a wide range of abuse dependency disorders. Staff, who have advanced training in alcohol and substance abuse treatment, provide short term assessment, treatment planning, and referral as necessary. The staff also work with the family to help recognize and reduce denial and enabling behaviors. We are a licensed substance abuse clinic with the Department of Public Health. Substance Abusing Mothers (SAM) Program The SAM program is targeted toward mothers who abuse drugs and alcohol or may be at risk of substance abuse. It is designed to provide clients with intensive outreach at home, school and on the job. Counseling, and case management work to promote parenting skills and family stability. The SAM program is funded by a Community Development Block Grant through the City of Springfield. Employee Assistance Program The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provides confidential help for personal problems, including depression, anxiety, job related stress, marital problems, drug and alcohol abuse and troubled children. Professional counselors can help you to identify the source of a problem and help you design effective solutions to address the situation in a confidential setting. Children Achieve More with Parental Support (CHAMPS) When a child becomes court involved, it means that someone has recognized a family with a choice to make: either sit back and watch the child get into deeper trouble or act and keep the family in charge. Our unique program offers: Activity based challenge groups for adolescents and their parents to give them new skill and insight Individual attention for each family through outreach therapy services Coordination with the court, schools, DSS, and other service providers Parental participation in the group series, as well as a strong recommendation for family therapy. An assessment will be done with each family to set goals and objectives based on their specific strengths, needs, and probation requirements. Participation in CHAMPS is available to families of children who: are 11 - 16 years old are court-involved are at risk for substance abuse, and live in Franklin County or North Quabbin area How much do services cost? Child & Family Service accepts most insurance plans, Medicare, Medicaid & MassHealth. The United Way provides funding for an income based sliding fee scale for income based services.
This information was last updated on 08/06/2003
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