Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST) is a case management program for children and adolescents. REACH understands that many of our clients have complex mental health needs and need services beyond traditional outpatient treatment. REACH’s case management services link clients and their families to resources in the community, including: crisis support, safe housing, employment exploration, medical care, and family support. The ultimate goal of REACH’s case management services is to increase self-sufficiency and opportunities for success.
What To Expect:
- Assistance in finding medical, social, educational, spiritual, and other services needed
- Help in accessing community resources and benefits like Social Security, food banks, housing, transportation services and government agencies
- Behavioral and emotional support for managing mental health symptoms, as well as parenting support for those with children experiencing emotional difficulties
- Linking clients with courts, government meetings and specialist appointments
- Development of specific plans to identify the client’s strengths and areas of concern