Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services

Who may benefit from RBH Services?

REHABILITATIVE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES (RBHS) incorporates techniques and strategies to change someone’s behavior and actions. This behavioral management system aims to bring about positive behavior from
youth with increased accountability and the development of pro-social skills. Outpatient Treatment Services (OPT) are planned, face-to-face interventions intended to help the client achieve and maintain stability, improve their physical, mental and emotional health and cope with or gain control over the symptoms of their illness(es) and the effects of their disabilities. OPT is used to assist clients with problem solving, achieving goals and managing their lives by treating a variety of behavioral health issues. Services may be provided in an individual, group or family setting.

Children 5-18 and Adults, who are experiencing any of the following challenges may be eligible for RBH Services:

  • Poor School Performance
  • Poor Attention Span
  • Behavior Issues
  • Homelessness
  • Single Parent Household
  • Poor Judgment
  • Hearing Voices
  • Self-Harm
  • Resentment/Rebellious
  • Depression/Anxiety
  • Drug/Alcohol Abuse
  • Hyperactivity
  • Runaway
  • Child Abuse
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Domestic Violence
  • Sleepless Nights
  • Neglect
  • Isolation
  • Suicidal Thoughts
  • Timid/Fidgeting
  • Lack of Confidence
  • Learning Disability
  • Grief

Benefits of Effective Behavior Management:

  • Maintain order and security
  • Prevent separation of youth from the general population.
  • Complement the performance planning process.
  • Provide constructive discipline and a system of positive and negative consequences to encourage youth to meet
    expectations for behavior.
  • Promote safety, respect, fairness, and protection of rights within the residential community.

Our Goals are to Increase Consumer Competency in:

Learning appropriate Social Skills affords students the opportunity to develop healthy relationships. Most importantly social skills help young people to develop the essential character traits of responsibility, trustworthiness, caring, respect and citizenship.
This setting is designed to assist students in increasing their knowledge as it relates to current events and also learning effective forms of communication. Learning to communicate effectively will consequently build self-confidence and esteem as they become more comfortable with speaking in front of a group.
Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services

Where We Serve

Founder and President, Clarence Sutton, created CTS through his vision of improving the quality of life for children who have experienced unfortunate situations beyond their control. Clarence’s passion for fostering and restoring a child’s belief in his/her potential has continued to be a motivating factor in the agency's and staff's best practices.