Children’s Therapeutic Services and Supports (CTSS) provides skills training to children with circumstances that interfere with their ability to thrive. Whether in home or at school, we teach individual, family, and group coping skills.
CTSS is flexible, in that it provides various levels of therapeutic and rehabilitative services. Mostly, CTSS acknowledges that emotional disturbance often inhibits and impedes the child’s ability to function. CTSS aims to restore the developmental trajectory of the child or adolescent, and to empower the child to self-monitor, cope, and replace their conditioned psychosocial skills with ones that serve them better. To see more of what CTSS offers, please go to the CTSS page on the Minnesota Department of Human Services website.