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Behavioral Services

Behavioral Services

Outpatient Behavioral Health

What is Behavioral Health?

Behavioral Health refers to services that address mental health and substance use concerns with a focus on wellness and overall well-being. Excelsior’s offers comprehensive Behavioral Health services from prevention screenings, individual counseling all the way to inpatient residential care.

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Excelsior Services

  •  Individual Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Psychiatric Medication Management

Elements of All Behavioral Health Services

  • Person-Centered Planning
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Focus on Wellness
  • Care Coordination

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Care Coordination • Peer Support • Crisis Support • Day Treatment • Intensive Outpatient (IOP) • Intensive Wraparound Services • Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) • Specialty Programs • Psychiatric Evaluation and Assessment • Substance Use Assessment • Psychiatric Nurse Services  • Medication Management • Substance Use and Psychiatric Residential Services • Outreach and Referral

Excelsior provides ambulatory care through a variety of outpatient and outreach services including Psychiatric Assessment and Evaluation; Substance Use Assessment; Medication Management; Individual/Group/Family Therapy; Case Management/Care Coordination; Intensive Outpatient (MH/ASAM 2.1); Crisis Services and Outreach; Community SUD Outreach; SUD Outpatient (ASAM 1.0); and Recovery Support Services which encompass Medication Support; Peer Support; Crisis Support; Wraparound Facilitation; and Least Restrictive Alternative (LRA) Support.


 LifePoint Transition and Hospital Diversion Program

Excelsior provides a comprehensive transition service providing hospital diversion and step-down from acute institutional care settings. A multidisciplinary service team has a unique approach to address the variety and complexity of this population’s needs. The program provides a structured residential setting with the flexibility for the independence desired in late adolescence and young adulthood, and with a plan to reduce or eliminate intensive stabilization services in adulthood.

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 Caregiver Respite Program

Excelsior provides respite services to families who need a break from high-intensity caregiving, and youth who benefit from a therapeutic program and structured environment.

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Day Treatment Hospital Diversion Program

The Day Treatment Program provides day treatment for adolescents with the goal to prevent out of home placement and/or hospitalization through a contract with the County Regional Support Network.                                                                  Learn more


In-Home Hospital Diversion Program ~ RLS

Excelsior has developed the only children’s Roads to Community Living program in our region of care. The program engages families with children, adolescents and young adults with chronic hospitalization, law enforcement interaction and CPS involvement. In 2014 this low-cost program kept 100% of participants from returning to the hospital and several families from filing dependency with the state of Washington.

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Behavioral Health Residential (10-21)

Excelsior has over 35 years of experience providing intensive and sub-acute child and adolescent behavioral health residential services. We provide intensive inpatient substance use (ASAM 3.5-Co-occurring enhanced) and psychiatric residential care.

Excelsior provides the State’s most intensive level of care for child welfare. These children and adolescents aged 10-21 have a history of chronic and significant traumatizing experiences (Adverse Childhood Experiences – ACEs) and often an absence of any familial support system resources. These youth receive holistic, trauma­ informed, and evidence-based care. Lengths of stay range from brief intervention to long-term psychiatric residential care. All residential services are integrated with on-site primary medical and education services.

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Co-Occurring Intensive Outpatient Program

Excelsior operates an innovative harm-reduction based child and adolescent co-occurring intensive outpatient program. The program serves males and females ages 10-21 and offers a variety of engaging services including crisis response, peer support, medication management, therapeutic recreation, in-home consultation and other non-traditional services. 90% of the program participants are assessed at meeting criteria for inpatient or residential, but for a variety of reasons may not be appropriate for, or willing to access those services.

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