For over 35 years, Excelsior has become one of the leading community-based nonprofit organizations, dedicated to healing youth and families achieve wellness by living healthier lives. Our work is driven by our commitment to promote mental health as a crucial part of overall wellness,s including prevention for all, early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated health, behavioral health and other services that empower those who need them using the eight dimensions of wellness, and recovery as a goal.
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Health and Wellness Education
Mental Health and Substance Use Services
Assertive Community Services
|Evaluation, Assessment, & Stabilization
Inpatient Psychiatric Services
ASAM 3.1 Recovery House
ASAM 3.5 Intensive Inpatient
Transition Age Youth (TAY) Housing
Foster Care & Extended Foster Care Housing
This program provides advanced care coordination, crisis response, peer support services, and a responsive therapeutic approach to meeting children, adolescents, and young adults where they are at. We utilize a harm reduction model to engage and serve the region’s “hardest to serve.” [Learn More]
LifePoint offers comprehensive transition programming to support young adults in their pursuits of wellness and independent community-based living. LifePoint serves community members, with private insurance, Medicaid, and youth in Extended Foster Program. Excelsior has a unique approach to transitioning young adults to age-appropriate responsibilities and the adult system of care, both of which minimize the future need for intensive stabilization services by providing basic necessities, care coordination, education, and work-readiness opportunities. [Learn More]
Day Treatment is a program providing services to children and adolescents in a milieu setting to help individuals learn social and coping skills. Typically scheduled 3 hours per day, 5 times a week, Excelsior Day Treatment provides innovative therapeutic recreation including an on-site Challenge Course with zip line.
WISe+ meets the needs of individuals up to 21 years of age with complex behavioral health concerns who could benefit from a high higher level of care or are at risk of out of home placement. Individuals are helped by a Care Coordinator, Family or Youth Partner, Mental Health Clinician, Community Response Specialist, and/or a Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. [Learn More]
This is a comprehensive Hospital Diversion Program that engages and assesses the crisis and offers stabilization in the community or hospital setting. Excelsior strives to support families with children, adolescents, and young adults with chronic hospitalization, law enforcement interaction, and CPS involvement. [Learn More]
Financial Assistance and Patient Advocacy
Our Patient Advocate is available to answer questions to assist families in navigating plan selections to receive medical coverage. We accept most major medical insurances including Medicaid, provide applications for reduced service fees, and never turn away individuals for their inability to pay. We can process debit, credit, and Health Savings Account payments.
For more information, call 509.559.3160 or Central.Response@4eyc.org