Prevention & Education
Morrison Child and Family Services was built on a foundation of outpatient services, and continues to serve more than 4,000 children and families annually through its outpatient programs. This program serves children ages birth - 18 years.
Community & School-based
Mental health services in the community and schools includes our staff coming to families wherever they need us most. Home and school based services include assessments, therapy, case management, and consultation for teachers, parents and/or guardians.
We have several intensive specialty programs that combine education, mental health and/or substance abuse through group-centered services. Each day treatment program also provides services to family members and other identified family resources such as adoptive parents.
Morrison provides 24 hour residential care offering a full range of physical and mental health and/or substance abuse treatment services, educational instruction along with vocational readiness. These services are provided to those youth in state or federal custody.
Morrison maintains an independent, internal Program
Evaluation Department to regularly assess and improve our services.