MCCC provides specialized care to children and adolescents that experience behavioral difficulties. Our trained staff provide assessments, counseling and referrals to programs that are specifically designed for this age group.

Psychiatric and Psychological Services

If you are experiencing depression or anxiety, your therapist may recommend an evaluation by one of our staff psychiatrists. One of our Psychiatrists or Licensed Nurse Practitioners may prescribe appropriate medications as part of your psychiatric treatment. We also have licensed professionals available to provide psychological evaluations, guardianship determinations and other psychological services.

First Steps

Mountain's First Steps Point of Entry (POE) is the beginning place for families with children from birth to 3 years who has concerns with their child's development. First Steps is an educational program in which parents are actively involved in learning strategies to assist in the child's development. Service include evaluation-assessments, developmental intervention, speech therapy, physical therapy, and other services to meet the specific needs of children and their families.


The SIGHT/ INSIGHTS Programs are collaborative educational and mental health efforts to provide a therapeutic environment for children whose educational, emotional, and social needs have not been met in a less restrictive setting.

HiFidelity Case Management

MCCC is now offering High Fidelity Wraparound Case Management for children and youth ages 5-18 and their families. High Fidelity Wraparound is an evidence based process of case management designed to address the specific needs of the family utilizing a team based approach, in an effort to bring about positive change that the families we serve desire.

School Based Services

Mountain Comprehensive Care Center counselors are available to provide therapy services at the schools in all five counties to address behavioral health issues.

iHope Program

The iHOPE Program is for adolescents and young adults who are currently experiencing, have recently had, or who are at risk of having a first episode of psychosis.