Outpatient Behavioral
Health Services

Outpatient behavioral health services provide treatment for a diverse range of behavioral health concerns. Our health professionals specialize in serving children, adolescents, and adults with co-occurring intellectual and developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health challenges.




Behavioral Health
Case Management
Early Identification Clinic
Psychological Evaluations
Speech and Language Therapy


We offer children, adolescents, and adults a personalized approach to care designed to decrease the impact of symptoms on daily life and to increase independence. Our flexible options for clinic, community, or in-home services allow us to engage individuals in the environment that works best for them. Available services vary by county and can include psychiatry and child psychiatry, individual family, and group therapy, telepsychiatry, psychological evaluations, behavior management, care coordination, day treatment, our Early Identification Clinic, community-based counseling, and behavior consultations.

Augmentative Alternative Communication Clinic (Franklin County)

An augmentative alternative communication device can open an exciting new world of possibilities for individuals with speech or language challenges. Our AAC Clinic helps bring that world within reach. Your first visit to the Boundless AAC Clinic begins with a speech-language evaluation to determine if our clinic is right for you. If after your evaluation our speech pathologists determine a device would be beneficial, we help select the best device for you or your loved one.

Once a device recommendation has been made, we then help work with your private insurance and/or Medicaid to secure funding. After the device is purchased, our team works with you to make sure you’re comfortable and getting the most out of your new device.

Case Management (Franklin County, Licking County)

Case management services are available across a range of diagnoses and ages. This service can include the following:

  • Linkage to resources, community supports, and programs
  • Education and advocacy for children and adults in a school setting and in the community
  • Assistance navigating insurance, Medicaid, and Social Security disability funding
  • Training for the individuals we serve and families
  • Coordination of multiple service modalities
  • Transportation
  • Financial planning
  • Guardianship

Early Identification Clinic (Franklin County)

Our Early Identification Clinic (EIC) identifies children under the age of six with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental delays, including speech, motor, and cognitive delays. We use state-of-the art tools to aid in our assesment, such as the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2). Our team of behavioral health professionals includes a child and adolescent psychiatrist, speech/language pathologist, and a child clinical psychologist.

Psychological Evaluations

Our team of licensed psychologists specialize in conducting evaluations for a range of developmental disabilities, including autism, ADHD, oppositional defiant disorder, learning disabilities, dyslexia, and a host of related mood disorders. We utilize a combination of interviews and state-of-the-art evaluation tools such as the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS-2). After initial assessments are concluded, we provide a detailed report complete with treatment recommendations.

Speech and Language Therapy (Franklin County)

Our clients receive innovative one-on-one speech and language therapy from a state-licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP). Our SLPs provide person-centered, evidence-based therapy — as well as intervention services and speech and language education for families.

Services include:

  • Evaluation
  • Diagnosis and treatment of speech, language, and social communication deficits
  • Augmentative and alternative communications (AAC) therapy

Our speech and language team collaborates with other staff members and parents to encourage carryover skills that drive meaningful improvements.

What makes us stand Out?

We are the only organization in Ohio with both  CQL and  CARF accreditation. Our commitment to love, excellence, respect, and well-being shines through in everything we do.

How are these programs accessed?

  • To learn more about our unique services and highly experienced behavioral health professionals contact 1-800-409-2729.
  • We accept Medicaid, most commercial insurances, as well as self-pay options.

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