Overview of Services

For over 30 years, Excelsior has become one of the leading community-based nonprofit organizations, dedicated to helping youth and families achieve wellness by living improved lives.


Behavioral Health Services


Health and Wellness Education
Therapeutic Recreation
Certified Peer Support
Care Coordination
Community Support

Mental Health and Substance Use Services
Individual Counseling
Group Counseling
Substance Use

Assertive Community Services
Co-occurring Intensive Outpatient Services
Intensive Case Management
WISe Services
Crisis Services
Day Treatment

Evaluation, Assessment, & Stabilization
Inpatient Psychiatric Services
ASAM 3.1 Recovery House
ASAM 3.5 Intensive Inpatient
Transition Age Youth (TAY) Housing
Foster Care & Extended Foster Care Housing
Psychiatric Evaluations
Psychiatric Prescribing
Medication Management


Education Services

Middle & High School Specialized Services Job Readiness Training
Special Education
IEP and 504 Planning
High School Diploma
Credit Recovery
Art and Music Programs
Open Doors Youth Reengagement Program
Odysseyware Online Learning
GED Preparation
Vocational Training
Cosmetology, Food Service, Auto Repair

Specialty Programs

Co-occurring Intensive Outpatient (Co-IOP), Ages 10-21

Advanced care coordination, crisis response and a responsive therapeutic approach to meeting children, adolescents, and young adults where they are at. We utilize a harm reduction model to engage and serve the region’s “hardest to serve.” [Learn More]

Extended Foster Care, LifePoint, Ages 17-21

A comprehensive transition program supporting young adults in their pursuits of wellness and independent community-based living. Excelsior has a unique approach to transitioning young adults to the adult system of care, minimizing their need for intensive stabilization services in adulthood by providing basic necessities, care coordination, education, and work-readiness opportunities. [Learn More]

Day Treatment, Ages 10-17

Services for children and adolescents in a milieu setting to support social skills and coping mechanisms. Typically 3 hours per day, 5 times a week Excelsior provides innovative therapeutic recreation including an on-site Challenge Course with zip-line.

WISe+ Services, Birth -21

For families of individuals up to 21 years of age with complex behavioral health needs who could benefit from a high higher level of care or are at risk of out of home placement. WISe+ provides a dedicated Care Coordinator, Family or Youth Partner,  Mental Health Professional, Community Response Specialist, and a Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. [Learn More]