Western Queens Consultation CenterWestern Queens Consultation Center is a community-based, mental health agency serving individuals, children and families. We are committed to offering the highest quality services for those in emotional need. We have made it a priority to provide a comfortable setting in which our clients will feel a sense of respect and caring.
School Based ServicesThe School Based Services (SBS) program is where services are provided in-house to partnered schools to address behavioral issues in the classroom. Therapists work collaboratively with the school’s faculty to help students who may be exhibiting mental health symptoms that are affecting their performance in school. Since our therapists are in the school during school hours, they are readily available to provide immediate Crisis Intervention and Assessments to students who may require immediate attention from a mental health professional.
Western Queens Care ManagementMental Health Providers of Western Queens operates a Blended Case Management Program which is funded and regulated by the New York state Office of Mental Health. The program provides case management services to adults, adolescents and children in the queens community who are living with mental illness and/or serious emotional problems. Recipients are provided with either an Intensive Case Manager (IMC) or a Supportive Case Manager (SCM) dependent on recipient need and OMH criterial.
Western Queens Recovery ServicesWestern Queens Recovery Services (WQRS) is an alcohol/substance abuse community-based treatment program serving individuals, families, adolescents, children and significant others. It provides a comprehensive, family oriented approach to the treatment of chemical abuse and dependence with treatment planning responsive to each individual’s needs. Assessments are conducted by our highly trained, and culturally competent, professional staff to determine the most effective forms of treatment.
Early Recognition Screening ProgramEarly Recognition Screening Program (ERS) is an innovative preventative approach to behavioral health for children Funded by NY State. The program aims to prevent minor issues from becoming larger problems that might have a negative effect on children’s social-emotional development and academic success. This behavioral screening is a simple checklist, free to all children, teenagers and young adults in the community (ages 4-21). In addition and when needed, participants receive help accessing behavioral health services. MHPWQ. Inc is currently the only agency in Queens County that provides these screenings. It takes five minutes to change a child’s future! Click here to get started!
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 9:15am “De-escalating Techniques for School Aged Students!”
Location: 44-04 Queens Boulevard, 2nd Fl.
Sunnyside, NY 11104
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