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Family Interventions

MCCMH offers many services to support families of children with special needs.  These services include:

Family Counseling: Family Counseling might include clinic-based or home based therapies and interventions designed to improve daily life functioning and family relationships.

Family Skills Training: Family Skills Trainig  is education and training for families who live with and or care for a family member with serious emotional disturbance or developmental disability.  It focuses on specific skills for managing these special needs at home and in the community.

Respite Care Services provide short-term relief to the unpaid primary caregivers of children with serious emotional disturbance or developmental disability. Respite provides temporary alternative care, either in the family home, or in another community setting chosen by the family.

Depending on the individual needs of your child and family, other services may be available, as well.  Click on the "Calling Access Center" tab to learn more about how to start services.