CK Behavioral Health Services
CK Behavioral Health provides hope and opportunity for healing to children and families who are living with the day to day experience of mental illness and the impact of trauma. All our professional staff hold licenses or are certified per State requirements and use nationally recognized, evidence based tools to support you and your family.
Community Support Services
Through our Community Support Services program, we offer Trauma Informed Counseling, Skills Training, Medication Training, Routine Mental Health Case Management, Wraparound Case Management, and CANS Assessments.
In most cases these services are provided in your home but might also occur at a child’s school (with appropriate permissions in place) or at another location in the community that is appropriate to the needs of your family. The frequency and duration of services depends on the needs of your family and can range from as little as an hour every other week to several hours a day. In severe cases, we recommend more frequent and intense services initially and then tapering down to a schedule that is less frequent over time.
The center piece services provided through our Community Support Services program are the Skills Training and the Wraparound Case Management. Learn more about Skills Training, how Skills Training work alongside counseling, and the evidence based curricula we use in Skills Training further down this page.
Eligibility requirements to participate in our Community Support Services program include:
- Participants must be at least 3 years old at the time of referral and enrolled in a Texas managed care Medicaid plan like STAR, STAR Kids, or STAR Health.
- Participants must reside in one of the following 19 counties: Collin, Cooke, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Erath, Fannin, Grayson, Hood, Hunt, Johnson, Kaufman, Navarro, Palo Pinto, Parker, Rockwall, Somervell, Tarrant, or Wise.
- Participants must agree to participate in an initial assessment performed by one of our QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professionals).
Signing up to participate in our Community Support Services program is simple! Download the referral form by tapping on the button below. Complete the form (please call us 817-516-9100 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org is you need assistance in completing the form) and email it to email@example.com. You’ll receive a confirmation that we received the form within one business day and we will let you know if we need any additional information. In most cases we are able to connect you with our professional staff within a week or sooner after we have received all of the necessary information to determine eligibility.
What is Skills Training?
Watch this video to learn more about Skill Training
Skills Training and Counseling
Watch this video to learn how Skills Training compliments Counseling.
YES Waiver Services Program
CK Behavioral Health is also a Comprehensive Waiver Provider (CWP) for participants in the State’s YES Waiver Program. YES Waiver Participants are able to choose CK Behavioral Health to provide their family with a variety of YES Waiver services including Adaptive Aids and Supports, Community Living Supports, Employment Assistance, Family Supports, Minor Home Modifications, Non-Medical Transportation, Paraprofessional Services, In and Out-of-Home Respite Services, access of Specialized Therapies (like Animal-Assisted, Art, and Music), Supported Employment, and Supportive Family-Based Alternatives. Please visit the Health and Human Services YES Waiver webpage to learn more about the YES Waiver including eligibility requirements and how to get started.
Your Goals are Our Goals
Reduce Placement Disruptions
Prevent RTC and Psychiatric Hospital Admissions
Teach Children Skills to Cope with Trauma and Loss
Empower Families to Overcome and Thrive
The Nurturing Parenting Programs are a family-centered trauma-informed initiative designed to build nurturing parenting skills as an alternative to abusive and neglecting parenting and child-rearing practices.
Based in an ecological model, wraparound draws upon the strengths and resources of a committed group of family, friends, professionals, and community members. Wraparound mobilizes resources and talents from a variety of sources resulting in the creation of a plan of care that is the best fit between the family vision and story, team mission, strengths, needs, and strategies.
SKILL STREAMING & AGGRESSION
Skill Streaming and Aggression Replacement Training is a multimodal intervention design to alter the behavior of chronically aggressive youth. It consists of skill streaming, designed to teach a broad curriculum of prosocial behavior, anger control training, a method for empowering youth to modify their own anger responsiveness, and moral reasoning training, to help motivate youth to employ the skills learned via the other components.
TEEN & DEFIANT CHILD
Your Defiant Teen and Your Defiant Child provides help for parents to understand the causes of noncompliant, defiant, oppositional, or socially hostile behavior at home or in school.
FOR YOUNG ADULTHOOD
Passing from adolescence into adulthood is a challenging time for everyone. The transition years can be even more trying for those who experience emotional and behavioral difficulties or have another disability. PAYA assists adolescents in successfully navigating this transition.
Seeking Safety is an evidence based, present-focused counseling model to help people attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. It addresses both PTSD and Substance Use simultaneously to help eliminate substance use, reduce PTSD symptoms, and regain safety.
Evidence Based Practices
High Fidelity Wraparound Case Management
Your Defiant Child & Your Defiant Teen
Skills Streaming and Aggression Replacement Techniques
Preparing Adolescents for Young Adulthood
How Do I Qualify?
Who We Serve?
All services are funded by Medicaid and designed to accommodate the individual family’s schedules. Contact us today to inquire about your family’s eligibility to receive these services. Some practices may be eligible to receive annual foster parent training credits.
Services for Mental Health and/or Substance Use Disorders are provided in accordance with best practice standards established by the Texas Administrative Code Title 25, the Council on Accreditation, and the Department of State Health Services. Individuals are assessed to determine if their identified needs match our program’s offerings.