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Child Services

Every child deserves the opportunity to grow and thrive in a safe and supportive environment.

Our Child Mental Health Program offers comprehensive services that are tailored to help children, adolescents, and their families struggling with challenging life situations, emotional distress, behavioral disorders, substance use disorder, and acute mental illness. Counseling; psychiatric evaluation, medication management; and in-school services are among the options available to families. Endeavor’s holistic and person-centered approach provides support and education to parents and caregivers to meet the needs of the family.

Services include:

Outpatient Clinic

All children, adolescents, and their families have access to individual, family, and group treatments, and psychiatric consultation and medications are available as needed. Services are primarily provided in a face-to-face fashion, but telepsychiatry is available to facilitate access to appointments, assist in emergencies, and to meet an individual where they are.

School Based Mental Health Program

Our School Based Mental Health Program brings valuable services into the school systems to make them easy to access for at-risk children and their families. By including these mental health supports and services into schools, we are able to assist children struggling with their mental health while providing training to school staff, families, and mental health professionals, as well as developing or enhancing family support services within the schools.

Health Home Care Management

Health Home Care Management is designed for children and adults to assist in getting the care and services needed to manage chronic health problems. A care plan is developed to address needed services, including connecting to health care providers and needed medication, helping with housing, social services, and other community programs.


Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Health Home Care Management

HCBS Health Home Care Management is available to individuals under the age of 21 that meet eligibility requirements. In addition to Health Home Care and services, the individual may receive caregiver supports and services, respite, prevocational services, supported employment, community self-advocacy training and support, family and peer support services, youth peer support services and crisis intervention.


Health Monitoring and Nursing

At Endeavor, we focus on both the mental health and physical health of a child. By offering health monitoring and nursing at our sites, we are able to provide holistic care that complements the child’s clinical treatment and is convenient to access.


Visit for our Clubhouse Calendar and group descriptions.

What is Clubhouse?

Endeavor’s Clubhouse program strives to improve participants’ quality of life by teaching skills in order to manage everyday stressors such as mental illness, physical illness, legal involvement, relationship conflicts, employment, and any other stressors. Our inclusive program offers services to all members of our community. Members of the Clubhouse may join in any services such as group therapy, peer support, psychoeducation, skill-building, care coordination, crisis de-escalation and more.

Groups of interest:

    • Grief and Loss
    • Mindfulness
    • Healthy Relationships
    • Empowered
    • Stress Management
    • My Core Beliefs
    • Attacking Anxieties


Monday – Friday 4pm – 9pm and Saturday 9am – 12pm

Groups are going to remain via zoom.


716-895-6700 ext. 4907 



1526 Walden Ave, Suite 400 Cheektowaga New York, 14225


If you or someone you know are struggling with mental illness and/or addiction, call us today at (716) 895-6701 to schedule an appointment.

Peer Services

Family Peer Support Services – these services are an array of formal and informal services and supports provided to families caring for a child who is experiencing social, emotional, developmental, medical, substance use and/or behavioral challenges in their home, school, placement, and community.  Family Peer support services are provided by family members with lived experiences raising children experiencing various challenges.  The family members have the Family Peer Advocate (FPA) credential.  This service allows the child the best opportunity to remain in the community.

Being able to see people succeed is the best thing about being a peer. Clients go from not doing well and struggling, to having all the necessary supports, self sufficient resources, and encouragement towards sobriety.”  ~Amanda, Endeavor Peer Specialist 

Mom and daughter with mental health professional