OverviewClinic & Center Description:
Consejo works closely with high-risk youth and their families to formulate a strategic response and provide constructive alternatives to gang involvement for isolated and disenfranchised Latino youth. Activities include tutoring, mentoring, field trips, summer camps, academic scholarships, SUD outpatient recovery services, mental health treatment, participation in visual and performing arts as well as opportunities for community service. Programs include the following;
YOUTH VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM
This program helps high-risk youth afflicted by family and domestic violence, drug and alcohol abuse, child neglect, sexual abuse and violence from gang involvement. Currently, Consejo facilitates this grant as part of the Seattle Youth Violence Prevention Initiative.
SCHOOL BASED COUNSELING PROGRAM
Consejo’s School Based Counseling supports Latino youth to succeed in school. Youth participants receive substance use prevention, intervention, domestic violence education, sexual assault prevention, mental health evaluations, mental health treatment, and psychiatric care. Consejo provides school based services in all of the major school districts located in King and Pierce Counties.Intake Process:
Call and ask for a screener who will then give orientation, ask qualifying questions and give the next step to be submitted into the system.
Tags: adolescents, adults, Case Management, children, Family Counseling, Gang Prevention, Grief and Loss, Intensive Outpatient Treatment, Methadone-Assisted Treatment, Methadone, outpatient, Peer Support, recovery, Screening for Tobacco Use, substance use disorder, Support Groups, and Transition-Aged YouthAges Accepted:
- Case Management
- Methadone-Assisted Treatment
- Screening for Tobacco Use
AvailabilityCurrently Accepting Clients: Yes: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PMMon8:00 AM - 5:00 PMTue8:00 AM - 5:00 PMWed8:00 AM - 5:00 PMThu8:00 AM - 5:00 PMFri8:00 AM - 5:00 PMSatClosedSunClosedADA Accessible: YesNear Public Transportation?: NoTeletherapy:
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