Martha S. Urbaniak Clinic at the Center for Child & Family Health

The Urbaniak Clinic is an outpatient mental health clinic serving children from infancy to age 21 and their families. Licensed therapists use evidence-based treatments proven to be effective and healing for children and adolescents who have experienced trauma (for example: abuse and neglect, family or community violence, sudden or violent loss of a loved one, a serious accident or life-threatening illness). In addition, therapists can work with children aged 2.5-to-6 who show significant behavioral challenges.

Who We Serve:

Children up to age 18 who have experienced traumatic events and children ages 2.5-to-6 who have challenging behaviors

Where Can You Get Services:

Services are typically provided at the Urbaniak Clinic in the Center for Child & Family Health, 1121 W. Chapel Hill Street (near the Durham Co-op), though they may be offered virtually

How To Get Connected:

Complete this online referral form or call the Clinic Administrator at (919) 385-0701. A licensed clinician will follow up with caregivers to determine if services are a good fit for a family’s needs. Visit for additional information.


Free, Medicaid Eligible

Languages Spoken:

English, Spanish

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