We are here to support our community and provide programming and resources that aid parents with their children so everyone can grow and thrive.
Throughout the year, PIC offers free educational programs for parents and families on a variety of topics. There are often communication groups for parents and experiences with high school students.
CHS offers group therapy for children and teens depending on the current needs in the community. Groups are adapted to meet the needs of participants in the targeted age group.
A drug-free, youth leadership club for Clinton residents. All Clinton youth grades 5-8 are eligible to join Eliot REACT.
A drug-free, youth leadership club for Clinton residents. All Clinton youth grades 9-12 are eligible to join Morgan REACT.
Suicide prevention is a key focus for us. We know communication is vital for effective prevention on such a tragic and complex topic. Learn more about our free training and community programs.
Referral services for individual counseling and other forms of mental health support is available through CHS. Sometimes people need some support in finding the best resource available to help them.
In some cases, a child is already receiving services for mental health or behavioral issues, but parents need guidance in how to support that child’s progress in emotional and behavioral wellness.
We offer family and sibling counseling as an integral part of teaching skills as well as addressing family patterns that contribute to a child’s symptoms can lead to more solid change and growth.
The primary purpose of Clinton’s JRB is to help prevent Clinton youth under the age of 18 who have committed their first criminal offense avoid contact with the Juvenile Justice System.