Collaborative Assessment and Treatment for Children’s Health (CATCH)
The Collaborative Assessment and Treatment for Children’s Health (CATCH) is a clinic that provides infant/preschool assessment and treatment. The clinic works with infants and young children with complex issues, who get help from Child and Family Services (CFS). The assessment and treatment can be short or long term. The CATCH team makes sure the family’s needs are met, with safety in the home being the most important. This team works collaboratively with other community partners.
Who is the CATCH Program for?
The CATCH program is for families who are involved with Child and Family Services (CFS) for their children between the ages of 0 to 5 years.
How do we get into the CATCH Program?
Referrals to the CATCH Program are made through the Mental Wellness Screening Initiative with Child and Family Services or from the following CFS offices: http://humanservices.alberta.ca/services-near-you/edmonton-and-area-child-andfamily-services-contact-us.html