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Children’s Summer Program

The Behavioral Health Services Summer Program provides individual and group counseling experiences for children and families in need. Activities are utilized to instill positive choices for the wise use of leisure time and mindful self-regulation strategies.

  • June 3 - July 18 (no sessions July 1 - 4)
  • Monday - Thursday, 9 am - 3 pm; no program on Fridays
  • Enrollment requested by May 24

Campbell County Health Behavioral Health Services (BHS) and Campbell County Medical Group Kid Clinic host a Children’s Summer Group Treatment Program to the children and families of Campbell County. Developed by William F. Heineke, Ph.D., the program is a response to the community need for a systematic intervention with troubled children and their families.

Little kid swimming

The Program provides individual and group counseling experiences for children and families in need. Activities are utilized to instill positive choices for the wise use of leisure time and mindful self-regulation strategies. It is designed to help children who are Pre-Kindergarten through sixth grade develop the following skills:

  • Taking responsibility for behaviors
  • Social skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Academic achievement behaviors
  • Cooperative skills
  • Conflict resolution skills
  • Self-concept & self-esteem
  • Mindful self-regulation

Professional, highly-trained staff work with children and families to promote positive changes through structured activities with consistent and coordinated support taking place in many settings including home and school. Children will participate in the following activities: art projects, bowling, day trips out-of-town, parks, swimming, and yoga, among others.

Children participating in the program must be clients of BHS or the Kid Clinic and are required to complete the intake process. A final report of your child’s progress will be written after the program is completed and will be provided to the agencies you request during the intake process. Regular attendance in the program is very important to achieve maximum benefits for the child and family. A parent group may be offered. There are no sessions the week of July 4.

To enroll, please call Behavioral Health Services at 307-688-5000 or at the CCMG Kid Clinic at 307-688-8700.

Sponsored in part by Campbell County School District’s Safe Schools Healthy Students

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Details

Location: Buffalo Ridge Elementary 4501 Tanner Drive, Gillette
Cost: All services are based on a sliding fee scale that is based on gross household income. Title 19/Medicaid covers 100% of all charges. All other insurance is subject to deductibles, co-pays and coverages. There are a limited number of scholarships available.
Dates: June 4-July19, no program July 2-5
Times: Monday - Thursday, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm; no program on Fridays

Enrollment

To enroll, please call Behavioral Health Services at 307-688-5000 or at the CCMG Kid Clinic at 307-688-8710.

Children participating in the program must be enrolled clients of CCH Behavioral Health Services or the Campbell County Medical Group Kid Clinic. Enrollment is requested by May 25, 2018. Please do not call the school for information.

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