School-based programs for children with mental health needs offer a wide array of services for your child and your family, including:
Therapeutic Youth Day Treatment is a mental health service offered in many of the public schools in the City of Richmond.
A case manager will work closely with each child and family participating in a RBHA school-based therapeutic program.
RBHA’s school-based programs use a behavior modification and level system model that has demonstrated effectiveness in helping children change their behavior.
RBHA uses a treatment planning model developed in partnership with each child and family in school-based programs.
RBHA offers different types of weekly counseling services to children and families involved in school-based programs.
RBHA offers psycho-educational group services designed to teach children among a small cluster of their peers.
RBHA connects with providers involved in your child's care, facilitating care coordination intended to improve the effectiveness of service.
In each of the RBHA’s school-based programs, the team is specifically trained to handle crisis situations.
Contact RBHA by email or by calling 804-819-4000 to learn more about School-Based Services.