The services provided are person and family-centered to encourage active involvement in the treatment process. Help is also available for individuals with certain co-occurring concerns.
Network 180, in collaboration with the Grand Rapids Public School System as well as other urban and rural school systems in Kent County, is offering outreach services within elementary, middle, and high schools, and alternative schools to help children and their families access mental health and substance abuse services. Services provided include a comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, outpatient counseling, and referrals to other levels of care, if needed. Currently, Family Outreach Center provides school based services at the following schools:
- Wyoming Junior High School
- West Godwin Elementary,
- Godwin Heights Middle School
- Godwin Heights High School
- Southeast Kelloggsville Elementary School
Objective: Assist school aged children and their families in accessing outpatient mental health and substance use services thereby insuring that more children and their families are receiving services that meet their needs.
Eligibility: Children enrolled in a school providing these services, who meet criteria for outpatient mental health and/or substance use services based on a clinical assessment.
Funding: Funding is provided through insurance carriers and/or Network 180 based on eligibility.
For more information please contact us by phone at (616) 247-3815 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org