The Comprehensive Child and Family Treatment (CCFT) program is a high-intensity, time-limited service designed to: provide stabilization; deter the “imminent” risk of state custody for the child; and assist the child in State Custody to maintain his/her status in the current placement and the least restrictive level of care. Normally, the member is seen several times a week and services and supports are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This includes availability of crisis respite services, and crisis response services. The primary goal of CCFT is to reach an appropriate point of stabilization so the member can be transitioned to Continuous Treatment Team or other clinically appropriate services. CCFT services are more treatment oriented and situation specific. They focus primarily on short-term stabilization goals with the intent to transferring the child/adolescent to services that will provide long-term stability for the child/adolescent and family.
Mental Health Services
Comprehensive Child and Family Treatment