Mental Health Services to Children and Families

  • The Division of Mental Health Services to Children and Families provides policy and program direction for public mental health services provided to children and youth with serious emotional disturbance, children with intellectual/developmental disabilities, children at risk of disability or serious emotional disturbances and their families.

    The division works to support the development and implementation of a system of care for children, youth and their families in the public mental health system.  The system is based on the following core values:

    • Family driven and youth guided,
    • Community based,
    • Culturally and linguistic competent, and
    • Outcomes Driven.

    The website provides information on a myriad of issues that impact the development and implementation of services and supports for children and their families.

    Mental health services for children/youth and their families county map.

Information on insurance advocacy, links to information, Parent Support Partners and Youth Peer Support.
Family Support Subsidy Program
Data and Outcomes
Evidence Based and Promising Practices Offered Statewide
Mental Health Partnerships
Resources