Intensive Behavioral Health Services

Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) are driven by the unique values, strengths and needs of the child.

Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) are designed to provide supports and services for children and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their daily lives.

Services are short-term, intensive mental health interventions which address a child’s behavioral and mental health needs across every setting, including school, home and the community.

Who benefits from IBHS?

Services are useful for a variety of behavioral and emotional needs including but not limited to:
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Anxiety Disorders
• Depression
• Behavioral Disorders
• Mood Disorders

Services Include:

Therapeutic interventions and supports used to reduce and manage a youth’s needs. They help increase coping strategies and support skill development to promote positive behaviors.


Involve the review of a youth’s behavior within his/her environment. Services explore why a behavior occurs and then uses specific interventions to address behavior. ABA Services seek to increase useful or desired behaviors.

How We Can Help

• Navigating social relationships
• Developing social skills
• Managing emotions
• Improving communication
• Developing problem solving skills
• Increasing appropriate behavior
• Transferring knowledge of skills/methods to caregivers



Annual Report Available Upon Request