School-Based Clinical Services: Creekside
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Hillside’s School-Based Clinical Services program at Creekside School, a collaboration with Monroe #1 BOCES, is a unique regional program for youth ages 5 to 21 years who are dually diagnosed with an intellectual disability and severe mental health challenges.
About this Program
In Hillside’s program, we work with families and local school districts to develop a customized individual plan for each student. Youth are assigned to classrooms based on their age and clinical needs. Services provided include:
- Academic and social skills development
- Community-based instruction and life skills curriculum
- Comprehensive psychiatric care
- Individual, group, and family psychotherapy
- Vocational training and workplace readiness
- Psychological evaluation and consultation
- Crisis intervention
- Case management
- Behavior management
Our multidisciplinary team includes special education teachers, master’s prepared clinicians, psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioner, psychologists, crisis intervention specialists, case managers, behavioral consultants and specialized therapists as needed.
Because the complex needs of students enrolled in this program extend beyond school age into adulthood, we help them transition to the most appropriate adult programming to meet their ongoing needs.
Parents are partners in every aspect of our program, from initial planning to regular follow up meetings and at-home visits. The program’s success comes from working hand-in-hand with families: we are committed to keeping them involved in every aspect of their child’s care.
This program is open to eligible students ages 5-21 years who are residents of Monroe County and who are referred by the Committee for Special Education (CSE) in their local school district.
41 O’Connor Road
Fairport NY 14450
This Program Supported by local school districts.