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Kids with Capes

Siouxland Mental Health Center is expanding to a child and adolescent clinic. This will be our 7th location and allow us to serve more children and adolescents and create a safer child and youth-friendly environment.

Kids with Capes

Helping children become their own superhero

Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Center is dedicated to empowering children and adolescents to take control of their mental health. We understand that children and adolescents are not alone in their struggles, and we are here to provide them with the support and guidance they need. We offer a range of services, including individual and group therapy, family therapy, and medication management. Our team of experienced professionals is dedicated to providing a safe and understanding environment to promote mental health and well-being. We are committed to helping children and adolescents find the resources they need to thrive.

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Want to Help us Make a Difference?

The new Siouxland Mental Health Child and Adolescent

Clinic, located at 4265 Sergeant Road, will allow

us to connect with children and adolescents in expanded

and creative ways to provide 20+ types of therapeutic

services that are evidence-based or promising practices

to enhance youth well-being. Services include but are not

limited to Animal-Assisted Therapy, Music Therapy,

Playground Therapy/Sensory Therapy (outdoors),

Sensory Therapy and Expansion of Autism Services,

Substance Abuse Treatment for Adolescents, Sports and

Recreation Therapy, and Virtual Reality/Gaming Therapy. The Child and Adolescent Clinic will also expand on our current services.


Meet Captain Kind!

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Captain Kind is a superhero for mental health! With his superpower of understanding mental health, he helps others realize that it's okay to not be okay. Captain Kind encourages us to be kind to our minds and to reach out for support when needed. He also reminds us to take time to look after our mental health and to be mindful of our thoughts and feelings. Captain Kind is here to remind us that we are all on the same journey, and we can all benefit from taking care of our mental health.

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