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Children's Outpatient Services

Case Management Services

For patients with severe and persistent mental illness requiring a variety of services within the AltaPointe system and externally from various community resources

Children’s Day Treatment – Mobile County

For severely emotionally disturbed students enrolled in grades 1-8 of the Mobile County Public School System

Children’s Day Treatment – Baldwin County

For children and adolescents whose behavioral and emotional problems hinder their normal development in school and at home.

First Episode Psychosis program

Psychosis is the onset of a serious mental illness and includes symptoms such as seeing and hearing things that others do not strange or bizarre beliefs or disorganized thinking. Typical diagnoses include schizophrenia, schizoaffective disorder, or bipolar with psychotic features. Yet many people with a serious mental illness do not get the proper diagnosis or treatment....

In-Home Family Intervention Program

For children in significant emotion distress and at risk for out-of-home placement due to the severity of their situation

Project Achieve

For children ages 6 to 17 who have been diagnosed with mental illness and intellectual disability

Reaching & Encouraging Active Parenting – REAP

AltaPointe's program for educating parents

School-Based Therapy

AltaPointe offers school-based therapy services in some area public schools as well as a summer day treatment program on the BayPointe Children’s Hospital campus.

Therapy & Psychiatric Services

For children ages 4 to 18 exhibiting one or more of a broad range of mental health deficiencies
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