In collaboration with Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital and the Yale University Department of Pediatrics, the Yale Child Study Center provides specialized treatment for children ages 5-12 experiencing significant mental health issues through Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital’s Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP). Treatment is provided for a range of mental health issues and symptoms such as depression, anxiety, self-destructive patterns, intrusive thoughts, interpersonal relationships, trauma, loss, gender identity, emotional/ behavioral dysregulation and school avoidance. Learn more about IOP.
Additionally, comprehensive psychiatric, psychosocial, and educational evaluation and short-term treatment for children ages 4 to 14 is available through the Children's Psychiatric Inpatient Service (CPIS). The only facility in Connecticut with a state-accredited special education school for all inpatient school-age children, CPIS is made up of two components, an inpatient hospital and a partial hospitalization program. Learn more about CPIS.