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Childrens Programs and Services

Children’s outpatient services provides children and their families with services tailored to the needs of the child and the family to assist with the management of emotional and behavioral difficulties.  One of the highlights of Children’s Services is an annual summer camp type program hosted by the C.P. Winters Foundation and facilitated by Indian Rivers’ staff. 





These services can include:

  • Assessment
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Psychiatric services
  • Medication management
  • Education and training about diagnoses and symptom management
  • Medication management training, and support to family members
  • We also offer intensive in home services, case management, group therapy, and family support groups.



For more information or questions about our children programs and services click here to e-mail us.


The primary goal of the C.A.M.P. is to provide services and constructive activities to children with mental health needs.  C. P. Winters C.A.M.P. is a non-profit camp established solely to benefit the mental health needs of the children.  By providing individual counseling, group therapy, and positive activities (i.e., swimming, hiking, canoeing, sports, arts and crafts, etc.) we enrich the lives of the children involved.  C.P. Winters C.A.M.P. promotes a safe environment in which the children are given the opportunity to enhance many healthy qualities of development, such as knowledge, coping skills, social skills, and self-esteem.