Multisystemic Therapy (MST) is an evidence-based program that utilizes intensive in-home therapy to help youth decrease and prevent anti-social and delinquent behaviors. MST is designed to help youth ages 12-17 years old with chronic, delinquent behavior and/or serious emotional problems, such as criminal behavior, aggressive behavior, drug and alcohol issues, running away, truancy and academic problems, and serious disrespect and disobedience.
Multisystemic Therapy aims to improve family functioning, prevent youth from being removed from the home unnecessarily, help youth remain in school, and improve peer relations.
Multisystemic Therapy is available in Erie, Crawford, and Mercer Counties.
Multisystemic Therapy is available to youth ages 10-17 years old who exhibit anti-social and delinquent behaviors. To qualify, at least one adult caregiver must participate in treatment.
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