Children & Adolescent Services

Location: 8500  Boeing Dr.

 

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm

After-hour services may be made available upon request. Please inquire with a scheduling representative for further details. 

 

EHN offers a wide array of services through its child and adolescent clinic to assist youth with behavioral health challenges. This includes counseling and playroom therapy which is a form of counseling or psychotherapy that uses play to communicate with and help children prevent and resolve psychosocial challenges. This is thought to help with better social integration, growth and development, emotional adjustments, and trauma resolution.

 

EHN also provides pharmacological therapy for children with Autism and an Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS) which is a standardized diagnostic test for Autism Spectrum Disorder. Only trained professionals can administer the ADOS diagnostic screening, but it eliminates differences in opinions otherwise possible when two different experts provide a diagnosis without following common guidelines.

 

The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr. 

 

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 6 pm; Friday 8 am – 5 pm

After-hour services may be made available upon request. Please inquire with a scheduling representative for further details. 

 

 

Through the Children and Adolescent Mental Health Program, EHN provides behavioral health services for children and adolescents who have a variety of emotional disturbances which cause emotional and/or social disabilities. This includes individual and family counseling, substance use disorder recovery treatment, medication management, case management and skills training/development.

 

 

The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: El Paso areas schools

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday –  Friday 8am – 4 pm

 

Emergence Health Network’s School Based Mental Health programs provide on-campus behavioral health services for students with a mental health concern and who are experiencing struggles in different life domains such as home and school. EHN currently provides services within the El Paso Independent School District, Fabens ISD and Canutillo ISD. 

School-based mental health services help to incease academic achievement, improve attendance, allows for expansion in academic activities and leads to fewer disruptions to the learning environment. 

 

The services provided are person-centered, youth=guided, trauma-informed and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr.

 

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: 

Monday –  Friday 8am – 5 pm

 

 Through its EHN Children and Adolescent Clinic located at 8500 Boeing, EHN now offers PHP and IOP services for adolescents.  The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

 

The Partial Hospitalization Program / DayTreatment is an intermediary treatment option within the psychiatric continuum of care for patients who require more clinical attention than weekly outpatient care can provide but offer less intensive services and a less restrictive setting than inpatient hospitalization.

  • 5 Days/Week
  • 6 Hours/Day
  • Lunch provided
  • Group & Family Counseling
  • Medication Management

 

The Intensive Outpatient Program is designed to help teens transitioning from residential treatment continue their recovery in a structured and secure environment. The Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) are similar to PHP, but clients attend for fewer hours and days.

  • 2-5 Days/Week
  • 4-6 Hours/Day
  • Group & Family Counseling
  • Medication Management

Eligibility:

  • Ages 13 – 18
  • Disruption of behavioral health
  • Chemical dependency
  • Assessments are required 

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr.

Contact: 915-242-0555

 

Hours of Operation: 24 hours a day/ 7 days a week

After-hour services may be made available upon request. Please inquire with a scheduling representative for further details. 

 

 

Multi-Systemic Therapy is an evidence-based practice aimed at serving justice-involved youth with behavioral health diagnoses. The juvenile treatment program was established locally by EHN to fulfill a gap in children and adolescent services identified in the El Paso Community Behavioral Health Needs Assessment. Since the program’s commencement in 2012 more than 90% of individuals enrolled have avoided rearrests and stayed in school.  builds upon the strengths of the adolescent by utilizing their family, friends and other long-term supports towards recovery. Utilizing these supports ensures that results can be sustained after completion of treatment. All services are directed toward the adolescent remaining in the community. Treatment is provided in the youth’s home, as opposed to traditional in-office settings.

 

 

The model also provides support to parents and guardians in changing the manner in which they supervise youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system.  To learn more about the EHN MST program click HERE

 

 

The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr.

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm

 

 

The TRY (Treatment for Youth) Program offered at EHN is an outpatient substance use treatment program for Texas Region 10 residents ages 13-17.  Under this program Licensed Chemcial Dependency  Counselors (LCDC’s) provide individual and group counseling for teens with a substance use concern. 

 

 

The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr. 

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm

 

 

Through its Coordinated Specialty Care (CSC) Program, EHN has mental health providers specially trained in First-Episode Psychosis Treatment. For people who experience psychosis, the first symptoms typically occur between the ages of 15 and 25, yet it is common for a person to have symptoms for several months, sometimes more than a year and not seek treatment. However, reducing this time of untreated psychosis is important for a better recovery.

 

 

CSC clients are provided with psychotherapy, family support and education, medication management, supported employment, housing and education, along with case management. The use of Coordinated Specialty Care has shown to be effective at reducing symptoms, improving quality of life and increasing involvement in school.

 

 

The services provided by EHN for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8500 Boeing Dr. 

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 6 pm; Friday 8 am – 5 pm

After-hour services may be made available upon request. Please inquire with a scheduling representative for further details. 

 

 

The YES program is a Medicaid Home and Community Bases service waiver designed to provide home and community-based services to children with serious emotional disturbances and their families, with a goal of reducing or preventing children’s inpatient psychiatric treatment and the consequent removal from their families. 

 

The waiver currently serves eligible children who are at least three years of age and under 19 years of age. It also allows for more flexibility in the funding of intensive services to assist these children. It is beneficial in situations where parents have turned to state custody for care when they feel they have reached or exceeded their financial, emotional, or health care support resources and are unable to cover the costs of their child or adolescent’s mental health treatment.

 

 

The services that EHN provides for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth-guided, and developmentally appropriate.

Location: 8730 Boeing Dr.

Contact: 915-242-0555

Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8 am – 5 pm

 

EHN provides services to families with young children with developmental delays to make sure these children have the resources and support they need to reach their potential. Research shows that growth and development are most rapid in the early years of life. The earlier problems are identified, the greater the chance of reducing their impact. 

 

The services that EHN provides for children and adolescents are family-centered, youth-guided, and developmentally appropriate.