Behavioral Health Programs
Family & Community Services’ Behavioral Health Programs provide diagnosis, treatments, and education to adolescent, adults, and seniors.
Family & Community Services’ Behavioral Health Programs offer the most advanced behavioral health treatments for adolescents, adults, and seniors. F&CS ensures that individuals and families are put on a path to healing. As a comprehensive service provider, the agency also provides recovery housing and supports for both men and women in Portage County.
Our programs are staffed by psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, nurses, licensed therapists, and case managers. Our team is dedicated to providing the immediate help an individual might need. Please call today to make an appointment or inquire about our walk-in clinic (available in Trumbull County only).
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WHO WE SERVE
Outpatient Counseling with our Behavioral Health Programs serve all ages, including children, teens, and seniors. We accept Medicaid and most major insurances, as well as provider, court, and self-referrals. We provide a wide range of behavioral health services, including individual, family, and couples counseling, group counseling, psychiatry, diagnostic assessments, senior outreach, court-ordered diversion programs, substance use, and intensive outpatient programs.
Our providers have many specialties, including trauma-informed care, eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and grief counseling, among many other specialties.
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About the Program
The Driver Education Class-8 (DEC-8) is a class offered to those individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 who have been charged with Underage OVI and have had a B.A.C. lower than .08.
Programming is directed toward educating participants about the effects of alcohol/drugs on driving, the body and chemical dependency.
The cost of the program is $100 and is payable in either a money order or cashier’s check. No personal checks are accepted.
The program is held six times per year, always on a Saturday and runs from 8:30am until 5pm. Lunch is provided for the participants.
To enroll in the DEC-8 class or to have any questions answered, please contact Linda Broska, Special Programs Coordinator for Family & Community Services, at 330/677-4124 ext. 101.