Youth & Family Services

Harbor works to help children be successful in the home, school and neighborhood.

Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment

CPST provides crisis prevention, symptom monitoring, case management and linkage to community resources. CPST also provides parent education and empowers you so that you can learn more about your child’s behavior and develop the skills needed to effectively manage it.

Counseling Services

Harbor offers counseling services for a wide variety of concerns that youth and adolescents experience. We also offer linkage to community resources. Just a few of the issues we can help with include:

  • Depression
  • Abuse or Neglect
  • Impulse Control
  • Medication Management
  • Oppositional Defiant
  • Stress or Anxiety
  • Trauma

Developmental Pediatrics

If you have concerns about the way your child is developing, we have a program that can diagnose and treat developmental delays and other challenges. Our developmental pediatricians and clinical staff have highly-specialized training to address conditions such as ADD, ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s, developmental disabilities, genetic or language disorders, and learning disabilities.

Parent-Child Interaction Therapy

PCIT is an exceptionally effective treatment backed by 20 years of research. Live coaching is the primary method of caregiver training. Caregivers are coached in specific play therapy and discipline skills by the therapist through an earpiece while the therapist observes the caregiver and child. PCIT can be administered in the home environment or at our office.

Parent Groups

Harbor offers many parenting groups that serve as an important part of your child’s treatment plan. These groups educate about specific disorders and provide direction on the best ways to encourage appropriate behaviors. These parenting groups offer the tools to better understand a child with developmental disabilities, delays or disorders.

Psychiatric Evaluation & Medication Services

Psychiatric evaluations are detailed interviews to identify the mental and developmental needs of your child. These evaluations may lead to the use of medication. If medications are prescribed, your child’s usage and reactions will be monitored through medication management appointments.

Psychological Testing

Psychological testing is often recommended to answer questions about your child’s problems with learning, behavior and attention deficit. Psychological testing also can assess for mood problems such as anxiety and depression, and assess for cognitive problems and developmental delays. A parent interview appointment will begin your child's psychological testing process.

School Based Day Treatment Center

The Harbor Day Treatment Programs, in cooperation with Toledo Public Schools, are available to students in grades K-12 that have severe emotional and behavioral problems. Day Treatment at Robinson is located at 1075 Horace Street and serves students in grades K-6. Harbor Day Treatment at Westfield is located at 617 Western Avenue and serves students in grades 7-12. These centers help students increase effective interpersonal and problem solving skills, develop coping skills, manage their mental health symptoms and provide drug prevention education. For more information call: Day Treatment at Robinson, 419.671.4200. Day Treatment at Westfield, 419.671.5550.


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Stand Up to Bullying
Donna Bacon, M.Ed., LSC
Prevention Educator


Other Harbor Services

Individual and Group Counseling
Community Support Services
Developmental Pediatrics
Child Psychology
Psychiatric Evaluation
School-Based Programs
Psychological Testing
Alcohol and Other Drug Treatment
Vocational & Rehabilitation Services
Career Assessments
Community Based Counseling
Integrated/Primary Care
Parenting Groups
Medication Management
Dual Diagnosis
On-Site Pharmacy
Wellness Education
Telehealth Services


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