We Work Closely with You
CATS works with families, schools, pediatricians, courts and other organizations to comprehensively address the academic, emotional and behavioral needs of children and their families, resulting in improved functioning at home, in school and in the community. CATS delivers services on-site, in numerous school districts and in pediatric practices.
Child & Adolescent Counseling
CATS has a proven history of providing outstanding comprehensive clinic treatment services for children, adolescents and their families who are struggling with disruptive behavior; mood, anxiety, sleep or eating disorders; or adjustment, personality or other severe emotional disorders.
The highly regarded Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) programs at CATS draw from rigorous scientific research and are based on compassionate, child-centered care.
Lee Gross Anthone Child Advocacy Center
Long recognized as the lead agency in providing services to sexually and seriously physically abused children, this CATS program works with law officials and medical, mental health and child protection professionals to help children and their families with a single, child-friendly, coordinated response.
Building Brighter Futures
The CATS Building Brighter Futures program keeps students safe and productive by providing academic assistance, socio-emotional supports, high-quality enrichment opportunities, family engagement and other school- and afterschool-based supports.
Home & Community-Based Care Coordination
CATS works with families to reduce the need for out-of-home placements, including the number of children needing foster care, hospitalization, residential treatment or detention. Our comprehensive services help families gain the skills to preserve the family unit.
CATS educational presentations, violence prevention programs and mental health screenings are designed to promote mental health in children and adolescents.
Contact our intake team if interested in counseling:
If your child is under age 18 and in crisis, call
If you are 18 years old or older and in crisis, call
Crisis Services 716.834.3131.
If you are in crisis and live in
Niagara County, call 716.285.3515.
If it’s an extreme emergency, call the police 911.