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Teen Receiving Mental Health ServicesIt isn’t always easy to tell if your child is struggling with depression, ADHD, or another mental health condition. If you are worried about your child or teen’s mental health, finding the right therapist can make a tremendous difference.

We offer holistic mental health treatment in the setting that works best for you and your family. Our trauma-informed, science-backed approaches to treatment can help your family heal, communicate, and move forward. Medication, multimodal therapies, and community support are some of the valuable resources we offer on the journey to recovery. Learn more about our mental health services by exploring the links below and reach out to Beyond Healthcare at 833.698.0453 today to learn about the following programs:

Assessment & Diagnosis

Maybe you’ve noticed changes in your child, or they’ve expressed feelings of hopelessness or anxiety. If you’re looking for answers, we offer a comprehensive assessment and can provide a correct diagnosis. This will help our team develop the most effective treatment plan for your family’s needs. Our mental health services for children and teens are covered by Medicaid and private insurance. Programs include:

  • Assessment and diagnosis
  • Partial hospitalization program (PHP)
  • Intensive outpatient program (IOP)
  • Mental health day treatment and after-school programs
  • Medication management
  • Telehealth
  • Care coordination and case management
  • Family involvement, education, and treatment

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

All clients in PHP receive medical care from a nurse practitioner in collaboration with a psychiatrist who specializes in children’s mental health. Medication management appointments occur twice a week while clients are part of the PHP program so their physical health is regularly evaluated as they work on their mental health. Our partial hospitalization program is ideal for children aged 13-17 with moderate mental health concerns including depression, ADHD, and anxiety. The program runs from 9 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday. Our treatment team will work with each family in our care to determine the appropriate length of treatment. Our goal is to help young people with reducing symptoms, meeting goals, and preparing for a lower level of care.

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Our intensive outpatient program meets for 3 hours a day, 5 days a week from 4:30 pm-6:30 pm to help children and teens struggling with behavioral health concerns. Many mental health concerns in children and teens cause antisocial behavior, self-isolation, and difficulty performing in school. These concerns can make daily life a constant struggle. In an intensive outpatient program, children will be closely monitored by nurse practitioners on a regular basis and receive therapy to build coping skills.

Day Treatment & After-School Programs

Parents and caregivers today have busy lives, which can make it hard to schedule a day treatment for their child. Beyond Healthcare’s day treatments take place during the day, after school, and even on school breaks. This approach is part of a holistic solution. Children and teens who are struggling with their mental health or behavioral issues can benefit from the structured and group therapy setting available with our day treatment and after-school program. And the support can be received from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. in September until May, and from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 2 p.m to 5 pm. in June until August.

Medication Management

If medication is right for your child, we’ll work to develop a treatment plan you are comfortable with that is in line with best practices for medication administration. Deciding to give your child medication can be complicated, which is why our team will take time to explain the benefits and risks of each medication and give you time to make the right decision for your family.

In addition, we provide support and resources for parents who are struggling with their mental health and who would benefit from medication. Our goal is to help everyone in our care heal and make informed decisions.


During the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond, we want to give parents the options for treatment that will work best for their family. If virtual counseling sessions are right for you, we’ll help you access care from wherever you are.

Care Coordination & Case Management

Non-medical factors could also be impacting your family’s health. Sleep and stress management, nutritional assistance, and help with housing can make a difference in your child’s mental health. Our care coordinators can offer assistance with any of these needs.

We’re here to support your whole family. Parental coaching, education programs, and family therapy can help you learn how to best support your child on their journey to recovery. Regardless of whether the path you take involves medication, we’ll help your child develop healthy coping skills and strategies so that they can be prepared for life’s challenges.

Family Involvement, Education, and Treatment

We believe that family involvement is key to helping children heal. To help parents learn how to best support their child, we offer family treatment, coaching, and education. In addition, we’ll connect you with other families who are navigating behavioral health challenges. Community connection can offer the support you need while in treatment.

Individual & Group Therapy

In group counseling, children and their families can find support and perspective. This can also be an invaluable way for children and teens to build life skills like communication. In individual counseling, we help the children and families in our care understand how mental health challenges have impacted their lives and how they can build towards a better future.

Trauma Work Through Multimodal Therapy

Our multimodal approach to trauma therapy might incorporate any or all of the following:

  • Art therapy
  • Mindfulness
  • Meditation

Our goal is to help the children in our care work through past trauma and learn healthy coping skills for the future.

Frequently Asked Questions

What services do you provide?

  • Youth Day Treatment
  • Youth and Adult Individual Therapy
  • Family and Adult Therapy
  • Youth and Adult Case Management and Care Coordination Services
  • Youth and Adult Medication Management Services
  • Teen Support Groups and Family/Parent Support Groups

What ages do you serve?

We serve children over age six, teens, adults, and families.

Are your programs only for people with mental health concerns?

We are here to serve the children and families in our community who are struggling with a variety of concerns. Sometimes children or adults just need a little extra support due to family transitions or behavior problems. Sometimes they need support due to an actual mental health concern or a suspected mental health diagnosis. Because we offer a wide variety of programs, we can help you determine what is best for you and your family through a thorough assessment process.

How do I know what kind of treatment I need, or my child needs?

Our clinical staff will help you determine what type of treatment options would be suitable for you or your child. As always, the type of treatment you select is completely up to you and your family. We are here to help inform you about the options available, provide support during your journey, and to help you access care.

Can I get counseling while my child is also getting help?

Absolutely! We believe that for children to heal, the family must heal as well.

When are our business and clinical hours?

Monday – Thursday 9:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Friday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
We have evening availability Monday-Thursday until 8:00 PM by appointment

What is day treatment?

Day treatment is a therapeutic program that takes place in a group setting. You or your child will be in a group with others who are of similar age and life situation. These groups are uniquely designed to help reduce symptoms associated with a mental health concern.

What are the benefits of day treatment?

Day treatment helps children and adults to function better within the family system, school, and everyday life. Groups will help you and your child acquire valuable skills needed to manage symptoms and live a fulfilling life.

What conditions do you treat in your partial hospitalization program?

We treat mild and moderate mental health conditions in our PHP. We specialize in treating bipolar disorder and ADHD in children and teens.

When is day treatment available?

From September to May, we offer this program from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

From June to August, we offer this program from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

Do you offer medication management?

We believe that there are many pathways to recovery, and medication can be a powerful healer for many children and adults. We also believe that many people can heal through therapy in a supportive environment, without the use of medication. We will support each parent in making the decision that is best for their child after a thorough diagnostic assessment is completed.

What is your community connections program?

We believe that isolation and lack of support have led to an increase in mental health concerns, especially in children and teens. In order to heal, we all need support and encouragement along the way. Parents who are struggling with a child who is having challenges also need support to be the best person they can be for themselves and their child. We don’t want anyone to ever feel alone, and our community connections program is all about making sure that doesn’t happen. Whatever you are going through, you or your child will have the support from staff, other kids, and other parents that you need to be successful and supported.

How long are children and families typically in treatment?

Our program length is determined by each individual treatment plan. Some children or parents may find that long-term support is what they need to be successful, while others may have a specific situation they are working through and aren’t looking for a long-term solution. We are here to help you and your family for as long as you need us to be there.

How do I pay for your program?

We currently accept Ohio Medicaid and private commercial insurance.

We are in-network with Buckeye, CareSource, Molina, Paramount, United Healthcare, Medical Mutual.

Reach Out to Beyond Healthcare Today

We provide high-quality treatment for behavioral health challenges wherever it is convenient for your family:

  • In our Toledo care center
  • Online
  • In your home
  • In your community

Contact us at 833.698.0453 or reach out online to learn more. In our supportive community, you’ll find a sense of belonging. Our team members and other families will walk alongside you on your journey to healing.