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Your child’s mental health is important to us, and we are here to help you get through any challenge you face.
Our Pediatric Mental Health Institute offers outpatient programs for kids and teens from ages 5 to 17. We design our programs with you and your child in mind. We’ll help you learn positive ways to manage a wide range of emotions and behaviors.
Children’s Colorado is the only hospital in the region that provides a full range of programs and services for children and teens who may have psychiatric conditions. Because each child’s experience is different, we customize treatment plans. That could mean inpatient or outpatient care for your child, or something in between.
We understand that behavior and emotional challenges can impact everyone in your family. This is why our team focuses on supporting your family as a whole.
Our doctorate-level psychiatrists and psychologists will work with your child to develop treatment plans rooted in evidence-based research. Plus, we’re constantly looking for new treatments and methods to improve the experience for children.
We believe your family will benefit from the expertise of our mental health experts who work together to provide a variety of services to meet your child’s unique needs. Our staff includes:
The Children’s Colorado Routine Outpatient Program is contracted with most private insurances. Please contact us at 720-777-6200 if you have insurance questions, concerns or would like to schedule an evaluation.
If you live outside of Denver County and have Medicaid coverage, please contact your local mental center to seek services per their guidelines.
3. Please BRING YOUR COMPLETED QUESTIONNAIRE to your child’s evaluation. Please make every effort to complete this prior, in order to maximize your time with the provider.
If you are a parent and would like more information on an evaluation and/or treatment for your child, please call our intake triage line at 720-777-6200. Our intake clinician will assist with assessing the needs of your child and family, and provide information about available programs and community resources.