Case Management

Youth Community Support Services

Burrell's youth community support services provide community-based wrap around services for kids and families with serious emotional disturbances and mental health disorders. We partner with youth, families and various community agencies involved in the family’s life to identify and build on the youth and family’s strengths and supports. We provide evidence-based interventions, skill-building, access to and coordination with community resources, education about mental health symptoms and treatment, and crisis prevention, response and post-vention. Meetings focus on an individualized plan to address identified needs and connect you to community resources available for your family.

“I dreaded walking into a public place with my daughter. Inevitably, something wouldn’t go right and there would be a tantrum in the store, in the restaurant – even at church. Thanks to your help, I’m back in control – my daughter’s back in control – and we both enjoy our outings together.” - Parent

Overview

It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the amount of work parenting takes and the pressure we feel trying to do the right thing for our children. Add in the stress of a child who is struggling with emotional or behavioral issues and parents can feel tremendous fatigue, leaving them with even less energy to try to help manage their child’s behavior. The whole thing can become a cycle of stress.The professional staff at Burrell have years of experience working successfully with children and adolescents, and are here to help your children and family work on the issues that are leading to a stressful home life and develop healthy practices that will support your child's success at school and in the community.


Cost Details

This program is available for Medicaid clients. Participants must meet age and diagnostic eligibility requirements for CPR services.

“My mother said my son was strong-willed. That’s her nice way of saying he wouldn’t listen to anything anyone had to say – not me, not his teachers, not his grandparents. If I was struggling now, I couldn’t imagine what this was going to be like as he grew into his teenage years. I knew something had to change and it had to start with me. The weeks I spent learning from you passed quickly because it was so enjoyable – and the results are just amazing.” -Parent

“We are now exercising regularly and making an effort to eat healthy by following a portion control and food groups. I haven’t felt hopeless for multiple months now; and mom notices that I’m more happy more often. I’m able to understand what stressed me out and I respond better. Mom and I communicate better.” -Teen Client

Get Started

Services begin with screening for eligibility. Screenings can be scheduled by phone at 417-761-5000 southwest or 573-777-8300 central or through one of our Walk-in Clinics. To find a clinic near you, click here.

Standard intake paperwork and a developmental history will be required at time of screening for eligibility. If client qualifies, same-day admission to the program may occur if youth and family are in agreement. Both the youth and their legal guardian must be present for intake. Proof of guardianship will be required guardians who are not the biological parent.

24-Hour Crisis Line

Call our toll-free, 24-hour telephone line for help with your immediate crisis situation.

for Southwest Missouri 1-800-494-7355

for Central Missouri 1-800-395-2132