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SELECTT offers child-centered, family-focused services in three locations: at home, in an integrated HSC clinic held one day per week at the Family Practice Clinic of the HSC, or in the SELECTT offices. The unique feature of the program is its capacity to address the needs of the entire family, focusing on healthy behaviors that produce positive change. Program services include the following: • Primary, Coordinated Medical Care. • Case Management Services. • Child Developmental Assessment and Intervention.

They see families as needed, provide assessment and crisis intervention, and facilitate referrals to psychiatric services, substance abuse services, and early intervention by forging collaborative relationships with external agencies. To simplify the referral process for Project RISE parents and caregivers, two behavioral health specialists are assigned to treatment teams in Behavioral Health Services and a third is assigned to Addiction Services. Casey Family Partners: Spokane Participants: 170.

All index children will receive the following: • Enhanced preschool curriculums (violence and alcohol, tobacco, and other drug-prevention curriculum through use of the Nee-Kon-Nah Time curriculum). • Reading readiness and connectedness/bonding through traditional storytelling. • Milieu therapy in the preschools. • Gymnastics lessons. Case management provides access and follow-through for child therapy, mental health services, chemical dependency treatment, family preservation services, domestic violence treatment (for perpetrators and victims), housing assistance, and parenting education and support.

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