Children's Behavioral Health

Guiding Principles

  • Services should be based on the family’s and child’s strengths
  • Families and youth should be full participants in all aspects of planning and delivery of services.
  • Children should receive services in the least restrictive, most normative environment that is clinically possible.
  • Focus is to build and foster natural and community-based supports with each family.
  • Services are delivered by staff that are culturally competent
  • The provision of services is done in a trauma-informed manner

Child & Family Services Organizational Chart

DHHS guiding principles, mission, values, goals and outcomes

 

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