|Description of Service||CcTC's Center-Based Programs provide services to children presenting with significant emotional/behavioral issues:
-Therapeutic Nursery (TN) - an early childhood day-treatment program for children ages 2 1/2 through 5 who present with significant emotional / behavioral challenges. The TN provides a full array of emotional / behavioral health services in a therapeutically structured, full-day program including psychiatric services, group therapy, and educational activities.
- Outpatient Department - provides assessments, biopsychosocial evaluations, individual therapy, medication management and family therapy for children ages 2 through 13 who present with a wide array of emotional/behavioral health challenges. The Outpatient Department serves as the gateway to other services at CcTC.
- Trauma Services Department - The Trauma Services Department at CcTC includes the Trauma Assistance Program (TAP) and Sexual Trauma Treatment Program (STTP). The Trauma Assistance Program provides specialized treatment in the clinic and in the community to children ages 18 months through 13 years and their families who have recently witnessed/experienced a traumatic event (e.g., homicide, suicide, physical abuse, house fire, catastrophic accident, domestic violence, community violence). The Sexual Trauma Treatment Program is a specialized treatment program within the Trauma Services Department focusing on victims of sexual abuse/assault.
- Tamaa - West African Refugee Assistance Program - An extension of the Trauma Services Department, Tamaa is a community and school-based program designed to meet the emotional / behavioral health and social service needs of West African refugee children and their caregivers who have relocated to Southwest Philadelphia. The program serves those who have witnessed and experienced war-related trauma in their homelands and in refugee camps and who are in the process of acculturating to their new communities.
- Parent/Caregiver Services - CcTC has a family-focused, consumer-driven treatment philosophy. This family-oriented approach encompasses parents and caregivers in all phases of their child's treatment and includes direct services to parents and caregivers.