Warning: Use of undefined constant thisCategorySlug - assumed 'thisCategorySlug' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/altapointe/www/www/wordpress/wp-content/themes/alta-minimum-1/taxonomy-service_categories.php on line 10

Warning: Use of undefined constant thisCategoryName - assumed 'thisCategoryName' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home/altapointe/www/www/wordpress/wp-content/themes/alta-minimum-1/taxonomy-service_categories.php on line 12

Child and Teen 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.

Crisis Services

AltaPointe can respond immediately when notified that a child or teen is in crisis. You may call our crisis department at (251) 450-2211 / (888) 335-3044 any time of the...

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...

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
Call Now Button