Cascade Child Center
This site is a day treatment program that serves elementary aged children providing both educational and mental health components (individualized educational plans, individual, group and family therapy).
Cascade/Tamarack School, Bend
This site is a day treatment program that serves middle school adolescents in a specialized school setting which is also part of the Deschutes County Educational Service District, (E.S.D.). Services provided are individualized school plans, individual, group and family therapy.
In Home Skills Building (ICTS).
This program serves children and adolescents and their caregivers in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties. The service provides weekly parent and child skills training, crisis intervention, family stabilization, and case management in coordination with wraparound services in each county. Population served will reach approximately 25-30 clients and their families.
In addition to his or her individually planned educational program, each child has a treatment plan based on his or her particular needs and problem behaviors. A key element is the relationship between the chld and his or her Treatment Coordinator. That personal relationship helps build positive self-esteem and provides a model for behavior.
The child is also involved in supervised groups where he or she learns to interact with peers. Various kinds of outings provide practice and experience in social skills in the community as well as just plain fun.
Cascade Child Center has an educational component which is part of the Deschutes County Educational Service District. (E.S.D.). The academic program is entirely individualized to meet the special needs of each child, behavioral as well as academic.
As soon as a child demonstrates the skills to cope with the classroom situation, they can re-enter a public school program in their own school district. As the child develops more coping skills, time in public school is gradually increased.
Families are involved in all aspects of treatment planning for their child, as well as participating in family therapy and parent training.