BEHAVIORAL HEALTH AND YOUTH SERVICES​

Behavioral Health Services

Traditional Outpatient Treatment (Level I) and Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Level II.1) programs for substance use disorders.

​Early Intervention – Driving While Intoxicated (Level 0.5).

Youth Services Bureau
Our Youth Services Bureau works with children, adolescents and families to deal with issues around parenting, truancy and delinquent behavior.  It is the agency’s goal to promote positive change at home and in school.  Participation in our Better Decisions Group provides adolescents and young adults the opportunity to explore obstacles to making good decisions and to learn how to work past them.


Individual Family Care (IFC)/ Shared Living 
 

CPL started its program in 1988 to achieve a common vision: to support and encourage individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities to fulfill their personal dreams and to enjoy the richness of community life.  Together with our care providers, CPL offers community residential and respite care services that promote personal choice and enhance development of community living skills.

Our consumers live in private foster care residences licensed by the Department of Health And Mental Hygiene as Shared Living homes.  They participate in community life with their care providers and engage in daytime activities such as school, day programs and vocational pursuits.  
Changing People's Lives


INTELLECTUAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES  ​