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    Eating Disorder Program

    Eating disorders affect many children and adolescents. Learn how our Eating Disorder Program offers comprehensive care tailored to your family's needs.

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    Forensic Assessment for Immigration Relief (FAIR) Clinic

    The FAIR Clinic is a staff-run clinic dedicated to providing forensic medical and psychological evaluations free of charge to child and adolescent survivors of torture, persecution, or other human rights abuses who are seeking asylum in the United States. Learn more.

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    Inpatient Psychiatric Services

    Lurie Children's Inpatient Psychiatric Program is a family-centered setting focusing on crisis stabilization, intensive evaluation and short-term treatment for problems affecting children and adolescents, ages 3-17.

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    Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

    The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a space for children to attend therapy more frequently than traditional outpatient approaches and focus on anxiety, depressive, and obsessive-compulsive disorders.

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    Lurie Children's Little Ones

    Lurie Children's Little Ones is a comprehensive program for children ages birth to four years old in the Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health. Learn more.

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    Mood & Anxiety Program

    Lurie Children's Mood and Anxiety Program provides evidence-based assessment and treatment of mood and anxiety disorders in children and adolescents.

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    Mood, Anxiety, ADHD Collaborative Care (MAACC) Program

    The goal of the Mood, Anxiety, ADHD Collaborative Care (MAACC) program is to work with you and your pediatrician, using a team-based approach known as collaborative care, to personalize your child’s treatment and monitor your child’s progress.

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    Neuropsychiatry Program

    Lurie Children’s Neuropsychiatry Program serves patients with neurologic disorders such as seizures, tumors, brain injury and cerebral palsy.

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    Neuro​psychology Testing

    Neuropsychology (ne​uropsych) testing evaluates a patient’s cognitive strengths and weaknesses. Read more.

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    NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program: Child & Adolescent Clinic

    Lurie Children's NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program: Child & Adolescent Clinic is one of only a few programs nationwide providing care for infants and young children through the Neonatal and Cardiac Intensive Care Follow-Up Clinic and to school-age.

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    NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program: Early Childhood Clinic

    Lurie Children’s NICU-Cardiac Neurodevelopmental Program: Early Childhood Clinic is a developmental follow-up service, supporting your child’s development from infancy through preschool.

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    Outpatient Psychiatric Services

    Lurie Children's Outpatient Psychiatric Services Program provides more than 18,000 clinical visits yearly, for anxiety disorders, psychoses, behavior problems, school problems, affective disorders, PTSD, developmental delay and adjustment problems.

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    Partial Hospitalization Program

    Lurie Children's Partial Hospitalization Program is an intensive, five-day treatment program serving children ages 10-14 requiring more intense treatment for psychiatric problems but can be safely maintained at home.

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    TARGET Program

    TARGET is a group treatment program within the Department of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry that helps kids, adolescents and teens get connected to mental health treatment more quickly than if they were to wait for treatment with an individual provider.

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    Trauma Treatment Service (TTS)

    Lurie Children's Trauma Treatment Service (TTS) is a multidisciplinary team that works to provide comprehensive, evidence-based, holistic interventions to patients and families who have experienced violence and trauma. Learn more.

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    Treatment Groups for Children with Mental Health Conditions

    Lurie Children's has developed group settings to help children work through issues together, such as disruptive disorders, healthy decisions, sleep disturbances, and social skills.

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