Overview of Services

For over 40 years, Excelsior has become one of the leading community-based nonprofit organizations, dedicated to helping youth and families achieve wellness by living improved lives.

A Continuum of Behavioral Health Services

Excelsior Wellness Center Behavioral Health Services Excelsior Integrated Care Center
Behavioral Health Services
Excelsior Family Medicine Behavioral Health Services

Health and Wellness Education
Therapeutic Recreation
Certified Peer Support
Care Coordination
Community Support


Mental Health and Substance Use Services
Individual Counseling
Group Counseling
Substance Use
Assessments


Assertive Community Services
Intensive Care Coordination
WISe Services
Crisis Services

Assessment

Intensive Outpatient Services

Day Treatment

Family Initiated Treatment

Crisis Stabilization

Inpatient Psychiatric Services

ASAM 3.1 Recovery House

ASAM 3.5 Intensive Inpatient

ASAM 3.7 Secure Withdrawal Management

Evaluation & Treatment

Transition Age Youth (TAY) Housing

Foster Care & Extended Foster Care Housing

Individual Counseling

Couples and Family Therapy

Psychiatric Evaluations

Psychiatric Prescribing

Medication Monitoring

Medication Support

Assessment


Excelsior Holistic Schools 

Middle & High School Specialized Services Job Readiness Training
Regular Education

Special Education

IEP Planning

504 Planning

High School Diploma

Credit Recovery

Odysseyware Online Learning

GED Preparation

Open Doors Reengagement Program

Art and Music Programs

Access to healthcare

Access to Behavioral health

Engine and Automotive

Cosmetology

Food Service

Microsoft IT Academy

Construction

Career Tech-Ed


Excelsior Family Medicine

Exams and Procedures Tests and Elective Procedures Integrated Behavioral Health
Exams
Primary Care Visits
Urgent Care Visits
Medicare Visits
Preventive Care
Annual Wellness Exams
Well Child Exams
Sports Physicals
CDL, AME

Procedures
Adult immunizations
Flu shots
Child Vaccines – no charge
Uncomplicated wound suture
Incision/drainage of boils
Simple fractures
Nebulizer treatments
Liquid nitrogen procedures

Tests
COVID-19
Urine Pregnancy Test
Urinalysis
Rapid Strep Test
Flu Swabs
RSV

Elective Procedures
Circumcisions (Newborns)
Splinting
Aspirations
Biopsies
Treatment of ingrown nails
IUD placements/removals
Joint-bursa related procedures
Cyst related procedures
Trigger point injections

Individual Counseling
Couples and Family Therapy
Psychiatric Evaluations
Psychiatric Prescribing
Medication Monitoring
Medication Support
Psychological Testing

Specialty Programs

Intensive Outpatient (IOP), Ages 10-21

Recreation programming, voice and choice, and a responsive therapeutic approach to meeting children, adolescents, and young adults where they are at. Our state reviewers said, “This is how behavioral health should be delivered.” We offer a harm reduction model, person-centered planning, and a trauma-informed approach to engage you in making the changes you want for your future. [Request Services]

LifePoint, Ages 17-21

A comprehensive transition program supporting young adults in their pursuits of wellness and independent community-based living. Excelsior has a unique approach to transitioning young adults to independence. We work to minimize or eliminate the need for intensive services in adulthood by providing basic necessities, care coordination, education, and work-readiness opportunities. We are partners in creating new confidence for the future. [Learn More]

Day Treatment (Diversion or Step-down), Ages 10-17

Diversion or step-down services for children and adolescents in a setting to support social skills and coping mechanisms. Typically 3 hours per day, 3-5 days per week. Excelsior provides innovative therapeutic recreation including an on-site Challenge Course with a zip-line. [Request Services]

WISe+ Services, Birth -21

For families of individuals birth to 21 years of age with complex circumstances and needs who could benefit from a higher level of service. WISe+ provides a dedicated Care Coordinator, Family or Youth Partner,  Mental Health Professional, Community Response Specialist, and a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. This interprofessional approach helps create one plan for families to connect to a safer, stronger, and more satisfying future. [Learn More]