Welcome to Holly Hill’s Behavioral Health Services.
Holly Hill’s Therapy Center is located at our Highland Heights Campus. We are one of the preferred Medicaid providers with one of the largest group practices in the Northern Kentucky area providing a continuum of behavioral health care (includes mental health and substance use) to the children, youth, and families of Northern Kentucky. We offer options tailored to fit your child and family’s needs by integrating services in both community with our remote/mobile clinicians and/or site/clinic-based setting with reduced waiting times. Our solution-focused treatment approach is positive, non-judgmental, and collaborative with the focus being on the strength of the child and family.
believe in taking care of the whole child and family and successful treatment
occurs with a partnership between the therapist, the child and his/her family. Our Licensed Behavioral Health Professionals conduct
sessions in school or at our office to help improve the quality of life
for everyone involved. Our mental health counseling options are tailored to fit the
needs of each individual child, teen, and family by offering integrated support
for trauma, anxiety, depression, social issues, loss and grief, abuse, divorce,
anger management, LGBTQ issues, and much more. Our various forms of therapies
and programs will help children and families address and cope with past or
Our services include:
- Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessments
- Mental Health Evaluations
- Comprehensive Treatment Planning
- Information and Referral
- Targeted Case Management
We offer the following treatment methods:
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Group Therapy
- Play Therapy Interventions (for children)
- Parent Training
- Intensive Outpatient
For more information, or to obtain social services assistance from one of our experienced Targeted Case Managers, please call 859-442-8500 or stop in our office today to schedule an intake appointment at 2816 Bluegrass Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41076.
We accept Kentucky Medicaid at this time (Anthem, Passport, WellCare, and Aetna). Our service area covers seven counties which include Boone, Kenton, Campbell, Gallatin, Carroll, Grant, Pendleton, and Owen counties.
The R.I.S.E. School-Based program is designed to be a less intensive community-based service for children and youth that have been identified as having behavioral and emotional problems that impact the student’s ability to function successfully in the classroom or school setting and/or function in the home or community settings.
Mental health services are available on-site at select school districts. Services are offered to children and youth grades K-12 with the average length of service being 6-12 weeks. Treatment predominately takes place in the school setting, but may include wrap around services taking place in the community and/or home depending on what is agreed upon by the parent and therapist during the assessment and treatment planning.
Services provided by the identified treatment team may include:
How are Services Accessed?
- Individual and/or family counseling
- Group psychotherapy for children and/or parents/caregivers
- Behavioral modification and coping skills
- Crisis intervention,
- Case management
- Client-centered consultation with teachers/school personnel.
To schedule an appointment for an assessment or to find out more information as to how services can be accessed please contact our Clinical Coordinator 859-422-8500.
Who can refer clients to our school-based program for services?
We accept referrals from parents as well as community professionals. If you have a question or would like to make a referral, please contact the Clinical Coordinator at 859-442-8500.