Community-Based Outpatient Services

Early Childhood Mental Health Services

Early Childhood Mental Health Services provides services to children between birth and eight years of age with emotional disturbance or risk factors for emotional and behavioral disturbances and associated developmental delays. The goal of services is to strengthen parent-child relationships, support the family’s capacity to care for their children and to enhance the child’s social and emotional functioning.

    • Comprehensive mental health assessments
    • Individual, family, and group therapies
    • Psychiatric services - medication evaluation and management
    • Day treatment
    • In-home and in-office therapy options
    • Childcare consultation, outreach, and training
    • Targeted case management
    • Psychological assessment and evaluation
    • 24-hour on-call emergency professional coverage
    • Clinical care coordination

    Children’s Clinical Services

    The Children’s Clinical Services provides community-based outpatient, individual and family oriented mental health services for children from 6 through 17 years of age. These services include:

      • Individual, family, and group therapies
      • Psychological assessment and evaluation
      • Psychiatric services - medication evaluation and management
      • Clinical care coordination
      • 24-hour on-call emergency professional coverage

      Mobile Crisis Response Team

      The Mobile Crisis Response Team (MCRT) provides immediate, mobile crisis response for assessment, intervention and support to all Nevada youth who are experiencing a mental health or behavioral health crisis.  The goal of MCRT is to provide immediate response in order to stabilize and support youth to safely remain in their homes, communities and schools, utilizing a team comprised of a master’s level clinician and a bachelor’s level psychiatric caseworker to assess, provide short term mental health interventions, safety plan, and link to needed immediate and ongoing services. MCRT Is available to all youth under the age of 18 (18 if still in high school). 

      • Responses and stabilization services provided at the family location of choice
      • MCRT works collaboratively with the youth, family and support systems to create and implement safety plans for youth
      • MCRT can stay connected with a youth and family for up to 45 days to provide intensive, short term clinical interventions and build skills to further stabilize youth and family
      • MCRT provides linkage to immediate and long-term services in the community
      • “Crisis” is defined by the caller and can include, but is not limited to behavioral or mental health concerns that pose a threat to youth stability in their home, school of community such as:

      Suicidal thoughts or actions

      Homicidal thoughts or actions 





      Parent-Child Conflict

      Peer conflict/bullying

      School problems


      Behavioral or mental health concerns that pose a threat to youth stability in their home, school, or community.

      Additional information on the Mobile Crisis Response Team can be found at:

      The Mobile Crisis response team can be reached 24 hours a day by calling 702-486-7865 or 775-688-1670. 

        Wraparound in Nevada for Children and Families (WIN)

        Wraparound In Nevada (WIN) is a statewide, community-based program that offers a tiered care coordination approach to serving children and youth with Severe Emotional Disturbances (SED) and complex behavioral and mental health needs. Using evidence-based and evidence-informed model approaches, the overall goal of WIN is to provide individualized and strength-based support for children, youth, and families in reaching their goals or “family visions” with a decrease in need for higher levels of care, including out of home placements.

          • High-Fidelity Wraparound

          • Team-Based planning process where children, youth, and their families are involved at every step.
          • Children/Youth have complex behavioral health needs that have not been met through other system interventions.
          • Multi-System Involvement to include the reduction of multiple plans into collaborative comprehensive plans that reflect all areas of need. Children are often involved in multiple services/systems to help meet needs in areas of behavioral health, educational, social services, primary care, juvenile justice, child welfare, etc. WIN looks to incorporate plans from other system partners so that 1 family = 1 plan, helping to move towards common goals and ease the burden of potential, conflicting priorities.
          • Safety/Crisis Needs: WIN partners with families to help define their crisis and looks to link them to community resources to avoid further, deeper system involvement.
          • Approximately 12-14 months
          • Ratio of 10 Families: 1 Facilitator to help maximize the effectiveness of the process.

          • FOCUS

          • For children, youth, and families just entering the child serving system and hope to avoid further, deeper system involvement.
          • FOCUS care coordination links families to services immediately so they can start accessing care.
          • Families needing assistance in beginning to access care.
          • Behavioral health needs and/or crisis concerns are beginning to develop or become concerning.
          • Family and Care Coordinator develop the plan collaboratively with the family driving the planning process.
          • Approximately 6-9 months
          • Ratio of 15 Families: 1 Care Coordinator

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