Has provided mental health and addiction services to children, adolescents and their families since 1976.  We are certified in the Sanctuary Model of Trauma-Informed Care.  

COVID-19 Update

Home Activities for Children

Parental Resources

Therapeutic Resources

*Find Community Basic Needs resources available here.

*A list of Wood County Food Pantries and other places within the county that are offering free food for families available here

*A 4-week meal plan with recipes based on basic staple items that are typically donated to food pantries or are low cost available here

We are now able to fit in new appointments within 24 hours.

Here are our experiences as clinicians who are new to using Zoom and Telehealth:

I just had a great video session with my client and Grandma. It’s great to see them staying safe and healthy in their own home and still be able to work through mental health and family concerns. I’m loving the ease of using Zoom during this challenging time. We laughed and enjoyed our time together today…right from their cozy couch to my “at home office”.

CRC Employee

Just wanted to let you know as I am working from home and using Zoom. I was very apprehensive at first as all through grad school I kept thinking I did not want to ever do telehealth. Now I have successfully been able to get 9 clients online and had good first sessions. It is fun keeping in contact with clients and their families and getting to know more about their home life. The parents at this point have been very appreciative of the efforts to stay in contact with our clients and to be supportive of the entire family. It seems to bring some “normalcy” to their lives.

CRC Employee

With both options, I have had the opportunity to connect with people that would have turned down face-to-face appointments in the past. Also, it is allowing me to have more frequent contacts due to the convenience. 

CRC Employee

With Penta, we cover five counties and it is not practical to see kids more than once a week if I am traveling to them due to their lack of transportation. Some of these are pretty high risk kiddos and the opportunity to offer them phone or Zoom appointments has been a true blessing.

CRC Employee

The coolest thing was that when I  met a new client/family yesterday over Zoom. We were able to add the girl’s father who lives out of state. He was thrilled to be able to be a part of her session.  

CRC Employee

I did a session over the phone with a grandparent raising grandchildren. I was able to support her with some of the changes that she and her family have had to make and provide some strategies that she plans to implement with the children during this time. She shared that during this time “just talking to you is comforting.” We are both looking forward to continuing services to help the children be “happy, occupied and learning”. 

CRC Employee

The RU has been able to stay connected as a group and still conduct our team meeting without putting each other at risk for exposure. We have had successful visitations between clients in the RU and families so they can stay connected.

Residential Unit Team

What We Do

We offer a variety of services to children and families within Wood County.

Specialized Programs

We offer a variety of programs provided to children and families within Wood County.

New Clients

We are always open to assist any child or family regardless of the residential county.

Childhood can be a time of wonder and happiness, and being a parent can be an incredible experience full of joy and growth. But sometimes it isn’t easy being a kid – and it’s hard being a parent too.

CRC’s mission is to provide child-centered, family-focused mental health and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services to all Wood County and nearby families.

At the core of our work is the belief that experiences in childhood affect who we are and how we understand the world. To create a healthy, supportive environment for growth, development and healing, we believe family, medical providers, school, community, and friends are all essential and must work together. Therefore, we strive to provide collaborative, compassionate, affordable treatment designed to maximize the child’s safety and future happiness.

Thank you for visiting our website and learning about CRC. We encourage you to give us a call to discuss how we can help.