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Park Center

Last Update:2/6/2018
Contact:
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Address:909 East State Blvd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
County:Allen
Phone:260-481-2700
Toll Free:866-481-2700
Fax:260-481-2712
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E-Mail:
Website:www.parkcenter.org
Mission
Our primary mission is to serve those most in need, including seriously emotionally disturbed children, adolescents and their families, and seriously mentally ill adults. We offer a person-centered treatment philosophy approach as we strive to help those in need reverse the impact of their mental illness.
Program Description

Most children and adolescents who experience mental health problems can return to normal daily activities, if they receive appropriate treatment. Park Center offers a range of services that can help, with a continuum that spans from outpatient, testing, and medical services to intensive day treatment and residential treatment options.

Specific programs offered are:

  • Outpatient Services: Group, family and individual therapy
  • Family Education Center: Full-day and half-day intensivey treatment for youth
  • Three Wishes: Early childhood therapeutic program
  • Home-Based/Diversion Services: Offering intensive case management, outpatient, emergency intervention services, and more - directed toward restoration of the family
  • Youth Residential Services: Residential service options for male youth
  • Adolescent Intensive Program: intensive treatment for high school age youth
Financial
Services
Addiction Treatment
After School Programs
Behavior Health/Therapy
Counseling
Mental Health
Residential Placement
Spanish speaking community/materials
Spanish Speaking Staff Available
Counties Serviced
Adams
Allen
Wells
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