Children’s Resource Center has many programs that can help kids navigate difficult times, as well as help families work on problems they are facing with their children. CRC is the area specialist in child and adolescent mental health and co-occurring mental health and substance abuse services.
ACT: Raising Safe Kids
The ACT Program can help parents and caregivers raise children in safe, stable, healthy environments. Participants will learn discipline that works and find out how to deal with tantrums and fights. The program is free and childcare is provided. Participants will receive a certificate of completion.
ADHD Summer Camp
This unique camp provides treatment for children, ages 6-12 years, with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). It is tailored to each child’s behavior and emotional needs. The ultimate goal is to build on a child’s skills so he or she returns to school ready to succeed and functions successfully at home and in the community.
Each child receives an individually designed treatment plan, which is monitored and modified as necessary. The camp uses a combination of behavior modification techniques, recreation and art activities.
Goals of our camps include: To enable the child to improve their interaction with other children; improve the child’s attending skills; develop the child’s abilities to follow through with instructions, complete tasks, and comply with adult requests; improve the child’s self-esteem by developing personal, recreational, and other daily life skills.
Money Smart Group
Money Smart is a program for teenagers and young adults to teach financial management skills. Topics covered include:
- Types of savings programs
- How to pay for a house or apartment
- Setting financial goals
- How to use a checking account
- Protecting yourself from identity theft
- Types of loans
- Making decisions about credit cards
- Paying for cars and college
SPARCS is a group therapy program for adolescents ages 12-18 who have experienced trauma or high levels of stress. The program focuses on enhancing resilience by building skills such as problem solving, coping, ability to regulate emotions and behavior, and communication and relationship skills. Group members also work to improve self concept and develop hopefulness and a sense of purpose in life. Through a variety of activities the group aims to identify adolescents’ strengths and ability to make better choices for their lives by helping them to identify what gives their lives purpose and meaning, to cultivate healthy relationships, and spur on healing.
S.S. Grin or Social Skills Group Intervention, is a structured intervention program that is designed for elementary children ages 8-12. The objective of the groups is to learn and practice basic social skills such as communication, self-control, perspective taking, conflict management and the initiation of activities. Participants learn to set goals and assess the consequences of their actions; build pro-social attitudes and character traits (respect, responsibility, perseverance, empathy); combat negative assumptions about themselves and others; and build skills to cope with stressful social situations (teasing, rejection, peer pressure).
Wood County NET Plus Transportation
CRC has partnered with Wood County Department of Job and Family Services to provide non-emergency transportation to Wood County residents. Net+ maybe able to assist eligible individuals with transportation to medical, dental, vision and behavioral health appointments.
- Must be a Wood County resident
- A Medicaid recipient or have an income under 200% of the Federal Poverty Level
- Attend behavioral health appointments in Wood County
Net+ vehicles are accessible to persons with disabilities. Personal care attendants and service animals ride for free. Those 60 years of age and older must use available transportation through the Wood County Committee on Aging first. Transportation arrangements must be made at least 10 days prior to scheduled appointment.
For more information and to qualify for the Net+ service, call (844) 353-6779. Hours are Monday – Friday, 8am to 4pm.