DYSC’s primary goal is to provide evidence-based intervention programs treating a wide variety of mental health issues, including; trauma, physical, emotional and sexual abuse, grief, anxiety, learning disabilities family disturbances. DYSC is also committed to providing prevention services that enhance family coping and communication skills in order to avoid severe family disturbances or involvement with the juvenile justice system. Additionally, DYSC provides social skills education in partnership with several local public schools through the Second Step Anti- violence Program; an evidence-based program designed to provide students the coping mechanisms needed for academic and emotional success.
We currently offer our in-school services to the public school system at no charge to the schools. We accept Medical Assistance for our counseling and mental health services. For individuals and families that do not have insurance or are under insured, our fees are based on a sliding scale based on family income and size.
- Formal Counseling
- Referral and Information Services
- Informal Counseling
- Substance Abuse/Mental Health Assessments & Referral
- Crisis Intervention
- Community Education
- Parenting Programs
- Youth Development Programs
- Family Enhancement Programs