Hope Community Services, (HCS) passionately serves the emotional needs of children and families who are at risk due to the impact of abuse, neglect, and trauma. HCS strives to get each child back on a normal developmental path and to prevent them from developing any long-term trauma-related mental or behavioral health problems. HCS provides the healing and support needed for a bright and healthy future for the children and families we serve through our Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Department.
HCS’s Outpatient Behavioral Health Services Department encompasses individualized services to meet children and family’s needs through a variety of services. Services are culturally competent and linguistically appropriate, strength-based and incorporate community supports to maximize resiliency and minimize the recurrence of symptoms. Treatment frequency, modality and duration vary based upon individual client needs and preferences. Services can be provided in an office setting, community, and home and may address trauma, family functioning, substance use/abuse and skills development.
An evidence-based, conjoint child and parent/caregiver psychotherapy and psycho-education model for children and adolescents who are experiencing clinically significant emotional and behavioral difficulties related to traumatic life events they have experienced
This pilot program is a combination of cognitive and behavioral therapies. Its main goals are to teach people how to live in the moment, develop healthy ways to cope with stress, regulate their emotions, and improve their relationships with others.
This is an alternative form of therapy for children whose lives are extremely impaired by significant trauma. Miniature horses that the children are able to interact with during their sessions.
This Positive Parenting Program gives parents/caregivers the support to help manage their child’s behavior and prevent the kinds of problems that make family life stressful. It is based on the promotion of self-regulation in both parents/caregivers and children.
Questions or client referrals for our behavioral health services can be sent to BHReferral@hcs-az.org.