Our services

Children’s Therapeutic Services
And Supports (CTSS)

We strive to foster personal growth and development through our unique approach of combining traditional methods with innovative solutions.

Rising Impact Social and Emotional Support

What is CTSS?

  • CTSS, or Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports, is a flexible package of mental health services provided to children and their families.
  • CTSS addresses the symptoms of emotional disturbance that impair and/or interfere with an individual’s ability to function at a typical developmental level.
  • The services are time limited and are delivered using a combination of services designed to reach the goals outlined by the individual therapist.
  • CTSS services are provided by mental health professionals and practitioners, in-home, school, or other community setting.
Rising Impact Teenage Issues Services

Issues addressed through CTSS may include:

  • Behavior management
  • Implementing structure
  • Improving parent-child relationships
  • Adjusting to recent life changes
  • Anxiety management
  • Improved social behavior
  • Conflict resolution
  • Problem solving

What Services Are Covered?

Rising Impact Cultural Conflicts Services


  • Face to face treatment of client’s mental health issues
  • Quality, proven interventions to address the child’s concerns
Rising Impact Life Skills Services

Crisis Assistance

  • Recognition of factors that come before the mental health crisis
  • Identification of behaviors related to the crisis
  • Education about available resources to resolve the crisis
  • Support to resolve crisis situation
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Skills Training

  • Skills training is designed to assist the client in reaching behavioral developmental milestones.
  • Skills are defined as activities or behaviors that must be practiced in order to be mastered and maintained.
  • Skills can be adapted to many different situations.

To be eligible for CTSS, the child or adolescent must be:

  • Have a primary diagnosis of an emotional disturbance (ED) for children and adolescents under 18 or mental illness (MI) for young adults 18-20
  • In need of rehabilitative mental health services to address their mental health needs, as documented in their diagnostic assessment