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Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative

When a serious behavioral, emotional or mental health problem threatens a child’s happiness and well-being, you may not have all the answers. Through the Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative, you’ll find compassionate, effective help for the challenges your family is facing.

The Collaborative was started by five established Palm Beach County service providers, including Boys Town South Florida. These organizations provide a variety of compassionate outpatient services to children of all ages, as well as counseling for parents. To make an appointment or to learn more about the Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative, call 561-366-9400.

The Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative takes behavioral and mental health services to a new level in Palm Beach County by:

  • Making it easier for families to get the help their children need
  • Providing services and supports to help children succeed in school, at home and in the community
  • Ensuring children and their families have access to an array of services to meet their individual needs
  • Gives family voice and choice in setting goals, creating their support team, and the best courses of action to help them be successful
  • Improving communication and cooperation between parents, children and other family members, The Collaborative will work with you to develop a plan, identify and access services, and get the help you need to meet your family’s goals. The CBHC will help your family navigate the sometimes complex service systems to find the right services for a child.

The Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative can help children with a wide variety of problems, including:

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • School Problems
  • Anxiety and Worry
  • Depression
  • Anger Management
  • Following Instructions
  • Peer Relationships
  • Phobias
  • Eating Disorders
  • High-Risk Behaviors such as Truancy, Substance Abuse and Self-Harm
  • Trauma: Abuse and Domestic Violence
  • Complicated Grief
  • Avoidant and Isolating Behaviors
  • Transition Struggles

Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative partners include:

The Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative is funded through a grant from Palm Beach County, Community Services Department Financially Assisted Agencies.

All services are provided without regard to gender, race, creed or ethnic background.

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