Children's & Family Services

Child & Youth Outpatient Mental Health Treatment

Our child and youth outpatient staff provide evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and care coordination to children and their families.


Services include accessing and integrating supportive resources to assist the family in achieving and maintaining a functional family environment.


Clients, guardians, and community psychiatric supportive treatment providers or licensed therapists plan together to achieve higher levels of functioning in home and school environments and in family relationships.

Individual and group treatments are provided in a variety of topic areas including trauma focused treatment, behavioral problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and adjustment to environmental problems (divorce, moving, loss, etc). 

Youth Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Outpatient treatment provides therapy in group and individual sessions and case management, as needed, to support adolescent individuals in overcoming their addictions and/or to deal with the consequences of substance use.


Length and frequency of treatment is based on each individual client’s need and progress in treatment.

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health (IECMH) Consultation


Unlike traditional one-on-one therapeutic mental health services, IECMH consultation is primarily an indirect approach working with children age birth to six.


Through building the capacity of early learning center staff and parents/guardians, the IECMH team help children in forming healthy relationships and attachments as well as develop a strong foundation of social emotional development by working with those who care for them.


Consultants educate, train, and "coach" caregivers in understanding healthy child development and managing challenging behaviors so that they develop the skills and confidence to effectively address children's social and emotional needs-whether it be the needs of one child or an entire classroom of children.


The Whole Child Matters Initiative allows us to offer behavioral health consultation in the home and classroom as well as OA training hours for teachers all free of charge.

Lauren Stroshine

Senior Consultant

Early Childhood Mental Health Services

1776 Tremainsville Rd. Toledo OH 43613

(419) 419-5776 or ext. 12017

Fax (419) 216-0609

Pathways to Parenting

A Renewed Mind proudly offers the Pathways to Parenting Program - a Lucas County Children's Services approved parenting class. Parent educators are trained to offer curriculum through Nurturing Parenting, a relationship based program backed by over 30 years of research, validation, and evidence.


The course moves at the pace of the parent so that parent educators can spend as much or as little time needed on different topic areas. The program is able be conducted individually, as couples/ co-parents, as well as in a group setting and takes approximately 17 weeks to complete.


Pathways to Parenting is an interactive parenting program and offers parent coaching. This means, in addition to those 17 visits, parent educators will attend 4 visits with you and your child/ren to help support you in implement skills learned in class.


Child Psychiatry

A Renewed Mind provides child psychiatry services to children, ages 5-17, with mental health diagnoses.


Providers at A Renewed Mind will work with the parents or guardians to evaluate, diagnose, and create a plan for treatment that will support the child’s success.


When this includes medication, the providers will coordinate with other treatment providers and family support systems to ensure a collaborative approach is used.