The Clinic’s reputation continues to grow statewide and nationally. One area of great concern for us is the rise in Latino families, especially those with parents who are primarily Spanish speaking. This creates a need for bi-lingual clinicians. While the Clinic sees many of these issues as opportunities, they pose challenges.
For nearly 100 years, Clifford Beers Clinic has been addressing the ever-changing needs of the children and families of our community. Through innovative treatment methods and programs, as well as a commitment to advocating for children and families, Clifford Beers is poised for the next 100 years!
Below you will find some of what we do. For more information on the work done at Clifford Beers Clinic, visitwww.cliffordbeers.org.
School-Based Clinics: These clinics allow our therapists to connect with young people in their schools and during daytime hours to address mental health issues. By making services available throughout the school day, financial and cultural barriers are removed and transportation issues are mitigated.
Advocacy:The Clinic is constantly looking to advance the delivery of mental health services, and Clifford Beers Clinic is known in legislative and community circles as a passionate advocate. Some of the advocacy work undertaken by the Clinic is done in partnership with other organizations interested in improving the quality of and access to mental health care services.
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Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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