If your child is suicidal or in acute crisis, you can call our 24-hour Crisis Services at (877) 41-CRISIS (412‑7474) and consult with an Uplift Family Services staff person. Otherwise, all referrals must go through the referral process, which varies depending on the program.
Does Pacific Clinics provide drug treatment or classes?Melissa Zalinski2022-09-09T10:03:40-07:00
The child’s parent can contact the school district Special Education Department requesting information on Special Day Class with a therapeutic component or Day Treatment. This may lead you to Uplift Family Services’ school-based services OR another agency that is contracted with your particular school district.
How do I access 24/7 care (Residential) for my child?Melissa Zalinski2022-09-09T09:58:08-07:00
The child must be enrolled in another Uplift Family Services program in order to access medication services at Uplift Family Services. For example, an outpatient therapist would consult with the psychiatrist regarding the need for medication. Read our medication policy.
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