Programs in the community and in your home including Outpatient Counseling, Psychiatry, School-based Counseling, After School Group, In-home Family Therapy and New Mom Depression Program.
Whether helping families through a crisis, providing support to a teen with depression related to personal image, or counseling a youth with mental health, behavioral or substance abuse issues, Bellefaire JCB is there. We're in the schools, in your home and in the community.
We believe that children and teens respond best when they are treated in a familiar environment where parents, siblings, guardians, teachers and other significant people are able to collaborate.
Professionally licensed staff who have degrees in psychology, social work, counseling and other human service fields provide services ranging from outpatient counseling for individuals and families to intensive community-based treatment programs. We provide assessments and evaluation to identify which treatment options are the most appropriate. Testing and evaluation will:
Bellefaire JCB's Intake Department is trained to work with families and referral sources to make clinical assessments of needs, evaluate appropriateness for programs and assist with the entire admission process.
Outpatient therapy helps your child and family work through a variety of behavioral issues, mental health symptoms or substance abuse disorders. Maybe your family has had a life changing event. Or perhaps your teen has oppositional behaviors or is exhibiting signs of depression, anxiety or lack of self-esteem. Our masters’ level, licensed professionals are trained and experienced in child and family counseling. Therapeutic services are also available from dually-licensed counselors working with Alcohol, Drug and Co-occurring Mental Health/Substance Abuse issues.
Our outpatient services, which are available in our Shaker Heights, Cleveland, Summit, Medina and Elyria offices, address acute signs of behavioral/mental health symptoms and substance abuse disorders including those highlighted below:
We offer ongoing outpatient psychiatry services for children and adolescents in need of medication to address mental health diagnoses. Psychiatry services include a complete psychiatric evaluation followed by ongoing psychiatry appointments.
We believe that "strong families build strong kids." And to help support this mission, we offer several programs that assist families in handling and resolving stress while strengthening the family unit from the inside out. It is our philosophy that children and teens respond best when treated in a familiar environment that allows parents, siblings, guardians and teachers to comfortably participate and collaborate.
A licensed counselor and the family work together to identify the family’s concerns and needs and to develop an individualized program to address those issues. Services may include counseling, case management, crisis prevention, advocacy with schools and linkage to the legal system and other needed services and community resources. Our goal is to help families find solutions so they can live together with health and happiness.
This family counseling program provides intensive counseling services to families who are experiencing stress due to factors such as:
We help children and adolescents cope with mental health diagnoses and work with parents to understand and manage their child’s emotional and behavioral problems. Our therapists support the family by learning effective communication skills through:
This program is based on an integrated treatment model designed to address the complex needs of children and adolescents with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders.
Integrated Co-Occurring Treatment Offers individual and family counseling, crisis intervention and case management services.
Mothers and Children Together Provides intensive, in-home, relapse prevention and treatment services to recovering mothers and their children. MACT brochure
Adolescent Substance Abuse Program Provides intensive, in-home family-based counseling services where adolescents learn how to establish and maintain sobriety, prevent relapse, and anger management and coping skills.
With support from The Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Bellefaire JCB provides behavioral health services to students and families in the Jewish Day Schools of greater Cleveland. For more than 25 years, the agency has placed licensed therapist in the day schools to ensure that the social and emotional needs of youth, their families and the staff of the schools are met. The services are provided at no cost to the family or the school.
A unique aspect of the Jewish Day School counseling program is Bellefaire's ability to identify and place a culturally appropriate counselor in a particular school. The success of the program is often attributed to the sensitivity of the treatment provider when working within a specific segment of the Jewish Community.
Jewish Day School counselors delivered direct behavioral health care and consultation services through outreach, counseling, crisis management, education and training. Typical referrals are related to the following issues:
We have masters' level counselors and social workers in schools throughout Cuyahoga and Lorain counties including over 75 Cleveland Metropolitan School District schools, Jewish day schools, charter schools, and throughout the East Cleveland, Shaker Heights, Mayfield, Lakewood, Euclid and South Euclid-Lyndhurst school districts.
Our school-based team addresses the mental health needs of students and provide services including assessment, wrap-around/community psychiatric support treatment, weekly individual and group counseling, and prevention programs for students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12.
Teachers, administrators and parents can refer children and teens who have issues including:
Bellefaire JCB’s Adolescent Group TBS (Day Treatment) program is offered to youth 13-18 who meet defined clinical criteria and demonstrate at least minimal ability to participate in group treatment. Funded by Medicaid (including Buckeye Community Health Plan, CareSource, Molina Healthcare of Ohio, Paramount Advantage and United Healthcare Community Plan of Ohio), groups are facilitated by experienced mental health clinicians. Clinical issues addressed in the group setting may include:
Bellefaire JCB’s After School Program is intensive group counseling offered to children ages 6 to 13 and facilitated by licensed mental health clinicians who have training and experience in child and family counseling. Children who are referred to the program must meet defined clinical criteria and must demonstrate at least minimal ability to participate in group treatment. Clinical issues addressed include, but are not limited to:
• Coping Skills Development
• Anger Management
• Impulse Control Development
• Feelings Identification and Verbalization
• Communication Skills Development
• Interpersonal Skills Development
• Trauma and Crisis