We are advocates for youth and families, holding fast to the belief that they can be stronger, safer and more satisfied in the lives they lead.
Behavioral Health Outpatient Services
Excelsior has over 30 years of experience providing integrated behavioral health and education services. We have developed new, innovative programs with unprecedented outcomes and significant tax savings to our community.
- Mental Health Services
- Mental Health Assessments
- Counseling for Individuals and Families
- Group Therapy
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Substance Use Services
- Substance Use Assessments
- Intensive Outpatient, Outpatient, and Outreach Services Available
- Medication Management
- Psychiatric Assessment
- Psychiatric Prescribing
- Planned Caregiver Respite
- Hospital Diversion Respite
Outpatient Specialty Programs
Co-IOP is a recovery support program for youth and young adults who face both mental health and substance use challenges. Our program provides therapeutic sessions co-facilitated by licensed mental health professionals, chemical dependency professionals, and certified peer counselors. Excelsior’s Co-IOP programs are offered 3 times a week and typically last 3 months. [Learn More]
Day Treatment is a program providing services to child and adolescents in a milieu setting helping them learn social and coping mechanisms. Typically 3 hours per day, 5 times a week Excelsior provides innovative therapeutic recreation including an on-site Challenge Course with zip-line.
Excelsior’s WISe+ program provides enhanced WISe services as established by the Department of Social and Health Services. It serves families of youth up to 21 years of age with complex behavioral health needs who could benefit from a high higher level of care or are at risk of out-of-home placement. Families are supported by a dedicated Care Coordinator, Family and/or Youth Partner, Mental Health Clinician, Community Response Specialist, and a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. [Learn More]
This team offers comprehensive Hospital Diversion that engages and assesses the crisis and offers stabilization in the community or the hospital setting. Participants are typically families with children, adolescents, and young adults with chronic hospitalization, law enforcement interaction, or CPS involvement. [Learn More]