Expert Support for the Whole Child
Why choose ChildServe?
Who We Serve
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Phobias and Fears
Social Skill Deficits
We Know Kids
Mental Health Support
We Care about Families
ChildServe provides feedback, guidance, and resources to help parents and educators understand a child’s condition. Our social workers coordinate services for children who are new to ChildServe and for those already receiving support through ChildServe’s other programs. We help families transition to any other community resources that may be needed. We also recognize that keeping parents healthy and well is key to helping kids with special healthcare needs live a great life. Parents and guardians of children who receive care at ChildServe are eligible for Mental Health Therapy.
Our Team of Specialists
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to receive services from ChildServe’s Mental Health Therapy program?
Our Mental Health Therapy program serves children and young adults (toddler – 21 years old) with a developmental disorder who also display signs of a mental health disorder.
Parents and guardians of children who receive care at ChildServe are also eligible for Mental Health Therapy. If you feel that you could benefit from speaking to a mental health professional 515-331-4518 to get started.
How do I get started?
Referrals can be made by the child’s parent/guardian, physicians, case managers, therapists, or other members of the child’s care team. To make a referral or request more information, call 515-727-8750.
If you are the parent of child who receives care at ChildServe, and you feel that you could benefit from speaking to a mental health professional, call 515-331-4518 to get started.
Where are services provided?
Mental Health Therapy is currently offered at ChildServe in Iowa City and Johnston.
When are services provided?
Coralville, IA 52241
Johnston, IA 50131
ChildServe Center - Iowa City
ChildServe improves the health and well-being of more than 4,600 children each year through specialized clinical, home, and community-based programs and services. We serve children with developmental delays, disabilities, acquired injuries, and other special healthcare needs.