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School-Based Day Treatment & Non-Public School

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Uplift Family Services provides the following School-Based mental health treatment:

Contra Costa County

Enhanced Classroom provides mental health services in the context of a regular school day. The students spend a class period or a partial day in the enhanced classroom where they receive academic instruction combined with mental health support services. The balance of the day is spent in mainstreamed classrooms.

How does a child receive services from this program?
Students must be referred through Contra Costa County Adolescent Mental Health and the Mt. Diablo Unified School District.

How do I get more information?
For more information, contact Uplift Family Services offices at (925) 602-1750 or email Robert Scheifer at rscheifer@upliftfs.org.

Santa Clara County

Day Treatment services provide mental health services during an extended school day to support the treatment needs of children who would otherwise be limited in their ability to participate in a school environment. Uplift Family Services provides therapeutic services at school sites throughout Santa Clara County in partnership with four school districts and the County Office of Education. Uplift Family Services staff offers mental health support for children whose serious emotional disorders block them from learning in a less restrictive classroom setting. The school provides academic curriculum, special education support, and classroom space.

How does a child receive services from this program?
Students are referred for School-based Day Treatment Services by their teacher or parent through the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) process.

How do I get more information?
Call Uplift Family Services Client Services at (408) 379-3796.

Confidentiality of Uplift Family Services children and families has been preserved through the use of models. Some stories may be composites of multiple cases.