Child and Family Services at Gateway Healthcare
Child and Family Services at Gateway Healthcare offers programs that provide support to families through both individual and family therapy, and community outreach.
Child and Family Outpatient Services
With a multidisciplinary approach to treatment that promotes optimal mental health and functioning, child and family outpatient services include psychiatric, psychotherapeutic, and psychoeducational treatment for children, adolescents, adults, and families. Treatment is primarily office-based and provided through individual and family counseling, psychiatric assessment, and psychotropic medication maintenance.
Child and Family Therapeutic Outreach Services
Child and family therapeutic outreach services provide intensive treatment using culturally competent, multidisciplinary, and community-based interventions for children and their families who present with severe emotional needs. Programs are designed to stabilize a child’s acute symptoms, improve family functioning, and assist families in connecting with needed support services. Provided in the home, services include individual and family therapy, as well as parent education and care coordination with schools and other providers. Treatment might also include psychiatric evaluation and medication management. The goal is to prepare the family for transition to outpatient therapy to achieve lasting positive outcomes.
Healthy Transitions is a program designed to assist youth and young adults age 16 to 25 in Pawtucket and Central Falls who are experiencing First Episode Psychosis (FEP). We employ coordinated specialty care, a team-based, wraparound approach that seeks to ease the transition to adulthood for those experiencing early psychosis.
The Autism Project
The Autism Project is a collaboration of parents and professionals working together to support individuals with autism through educating and supporting parents and caregivers. The project also provides direct services to children and youth with autism spectrum disorders through social/therapeutic groups led by licensed professionals. The Autism Project provides training and support on current best practices to teachers, speech professionals, occupational therapists, teacher assistants, childcare providers, community members, and other professionals.
Capital City Community Center (Cap City)
Capital City Community Center (Cap City) is a non-profit social service agency in the heart of Providence, RI. The organization’s vision is that the community will have the resources and supports needed to improve the lives of its members. Its mission is to support individuals and families who have difficulty across life domains with the basic needs of food, housing and clothing to child and senior care.
FRIENDS WAY is Rhode Island’s only children's bereavement center and serves families throughout Southeastern New England. Staffed with highly qualified mental health care professionals and extensively trained community volunteers, the organization provides peer support to children and their families in a safe and nurturing environment.
Promoting the Integration of Primary and Behavioral Health Care (PIPBHC)
PIPBHC for Children & Families is a community health program that helps families bridge the gap between physical and mental health. PIPBHC services are centered on the entire family’s health not just the individual client. The program coordinates and treats physical and behavioral health conditions and/or substance use issues of clients. It also assists families in accessing services that address barriers related to housing, social connectedness, childcare, education, employment, food security, and income and benefits.