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Behavioral Health - Child

Brown County's Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Unit (CABHU) serves children, youth, and families who need more comprehensive or intensive services beyond traditional psychotherapy services available at outpatient clinics in the community. We provide case management, psychotherapy, and facilitate access to a variety of other community based services and supports for those who qualify.

CABHU primarily works with families who are already connected with the county and most services require a referral from a case manager in Child Protective Services or Youth Justice. The exception is our Coordinated Services Team (CST) program, which accepts referrals from any source for families who meet the eligibility criteria.

CABHU services include:CABHU is supervised by a doctoral level clinical psychologist, and includes a team of social workers, professional counselors, and a master’s level psychologist.

CABHU is part of the statewide expansion of Coordinated Services Teams (CST), providing assistance with family-centered service planning and coordination of care for children who are involved in multiple systems. To qualify, children and youth must be involved in at least two of the following service systems:CABHU is also involved in providing Comprehensive Community Services (CCS) for children and youth. To enroll in CCS, children must be on Medicaid and complete a functional screen through Children’s Long Term Support to determine eligibility. Click here to learn more about Comprehensive Community Services.

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To view the Brown County Mental Health Navigation Guide, please click here.


Contact:  Phone: 920.448.6000
Address:  Sophie Beaumont Building
111 N Jefferson St
Green Bay, WI 54301