Family Center Services

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Early Childhood Program

This program offers therapy, consultation, assessments, medication management, and/or referrals to the parents of children from birth to age eight, who have no health insurance or don’t qualify for Medicaid. The cost is based on a sliding scale fee. Daycare providers, Headstart, or preschool teachers can also access services when working with children who exhibit problem behaviors.

Early Childhood Programming provides:

    • Direct services and therapy to clients and their parents.
    • In-home and community-based consultation services for families, educators and integrated service providers.
    • Referrals to parenting groups or outpatient treatment.
    • Psychiatric assessments and consultation.
    • Our teams are embedded in over 60 early childcare centers and preschool classrooms throughout Pueblo, Las Animas and Huerfano Counties, reaching a population of over 1,200 children and youth with an age range of infancy to 8.

Children's Psychiatry

Our team at Health Solutions is led by board-certified child psychiatrists who are experts in the diagnosis and treatment of all childhood behavioral health disorders. The case manager and therapist work closely together to ensure seamless treatment for the child.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

  • IOP is a 4 hour per day, 5 days per week, comprehensive group therapy program for youth designed to meet the needs of children who have experienced early childhood trauma and are struggling with mental health issues.
  • This program involves the use of multiple treatment modalities and offers additional structured support with the goal of helping to avoid higher levels of care. It is well known that early childhood trauma impacts social and emotional functioning in traditional academic settings, at home and in the community, placing these children at risk for future inpatient, residential and day treatment
  • IOP can also be a less restrictive treatment alternative for children stepping down from inpatient, residential or day treatment who continue to need more intensive mental health services than can be offered in traditional outpatient settings.
  • All clients enrolled in the program are expected to participate in Family Therapy with their primary caregivers so that the skills learned in IOP can be transferred and reinforced at home for greater retention.

School Based Services

Our therapists can provide focused, short-term treatment to students with emotional and/or behavioral problems. They will also work with school staff, parents, and guardians in coordinating intervention and treatment services for these students.

Skilled therapists are available at District 60 and District 70 elementary, middle and high schools throughout Pueblo county. 

Family Center

1591 Taos Rd., Pueblo, CO 81006

Phone: 719.545.2746

Fax: 719.544.0071