CDC Behavioral Health Services provides therapeutic visitation for Butler County Children’s Services (BCCS) at the Family Healing Center. Programming is provided to families involved with BCCS who have been ordered to have supervised parent-child visitation. Cognitive Behavioral Treatment, an evidence-based trauma model of care, addresses family issues such as mental health, substance use, or domestic violence that can impact adequate parenting and reunification of the family.
The program’s primary goal is to help families reunify and establish a healthy and functional family unit. Staff works closely with BCCS and other community providers that are serving these family members.