School-Based Services

Comprehensive School and Community Treatment (CSCT) is a school support program that teaches coping skills and emotional regulation in a supportive, predictable way so that children may be more successful in their school and home environments.

Early diagnosis, intervention, and treatment often eliminates the need for inpatient hospitalization and/or removing the child from home, and school.

Services include: Individual, group, family, and recreational therapy

Therapeutic Interventions
Classroom, playground, and mealtime interventions provided through a team-based approach with a mental health clinician and behavioral specialist.

Increased Communication
Increased communication with parents/guardians.

Skill Building
Activities and groups that support skill building.

Case Management
Case management provides linkage to other community resources and supports.

Payment Sources Accepted
Consumer Direct Care Network Mental Health Services accepts payment from Healthy Montana Kids – Medicaid and CHIP, most private insurance, and private pay. We offer a sliding fee schedule for clients who qualify. Qualified mental health services will not be denied based on inability to pay.