Services We Offer:

MENTAL HEALTH SKILL-BUILDING

SERVICES

This service provides time-limited       interventions provided to individuals that must be at least 18 years of age and must demonstrate a clinical necessity arising from a condition due to mental, behavioral, or emotional illness that results in significant functional impairments in major life activities. The service will include but are not limited to:

  • Assessment of needs by LMHP/Resident in counseling.

  • Development of services strategies and goals through an Individualized Service plan to address client’s service needs.

  • Assisting the client with acquiring a psychological and or/psychiatric evaluation for diagnosis and treatment purposes, as needed by the client.

  • Assisting client with the development and implementation of basic living skills, such as: personal hygiene, food preparation and money management.

  • Work with the client on gaining and adhering to psychiatric and medication recommendations/plans given by a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Primary Care Physician, and/or Specialist, along with assisting the client with gaining appropriate psychiatric services such as:  Medication Therapy, Outpatient Therapy, and other psychiatric treatment services as needed by the client.

  • Utilizing activities designed to promote healthy and productive social life, building on client’s strengths.

  • Assisting the client with the development and implementation of social skills and personal support systems.

INTENSIVE IN-HOME SERVICES

This service provides time-limited interventions provided typically, but not solely, in the home of a child or adolescent who is: (1) at risk of being moved into an out-of-home placement or (2) being transitioned to home from an out-of-home placement due to a documented medical need of the child. Home is the permanent legal family residence and includes a child living with natural parents, relatives, guardian, permanent foster care, or pre-adoption placement. The provider must obtain a copy of legal documentation supporting the permanency of permanent foster care. The service will include but are not limited to:

  • Assessment of needs by a LMHP/Resident in Counseling.

  • Development of therapeutic strategies and goals through an Individualized Service Plan to address client’s behavioral and emotional needs, in order to help clients to improve their social and behavioral skills.

  • Involving clients in therapeutic, skill.

  • Instruction and supervision in the use of therapeutic activities/resources in the home, school and community through individual/family sessions.

  • Assisting clients with acquiring a psychological/psychiatric evaluation for diagnosis and treatment purposes.

  • Assisting parents/guardians in implementing an effective behavioral management plan for clients.

  • Maintaining communication with school officials and other authorities in a child’s life to monitor the child’s behavior and needs.

  • Assisting parents and clients in practicing/building effective communication skills, social skills, problem solving, and anger and emotion management techniques for their daily lives.

  • Implementing case management tasks, coordinating and collaborating with other service providers, and linking clients with external programs or services.

  • Participating in wraparound team meetings in an ongoing effort to enlist existing support and identify problem areas and needs, strategies, and service objectives.

  • Participating in Child Specific Team, Family Assessment and Planning Team, and other interdisciplinary, diagnostic, or planning meetings.

  • Utilization of activities designed to promote healthy and productive social life, building on client’s strengths.

  • Mediating family disputes.

  • Providing 24-hour crisis intervention.

COMMUNITY STABILIZATION SERVICES

To qualify for this service, individuals must demonstrate a clinical necessity for the service arising from a condition due to an acute psychiatric crisis that puts the individual at risk of psychiatric hospitalization. The service will include but are not limited to:

 

  • Providing solution focused     interventions designed to assist the service recipient with stabilizing their acute mental health needs to avoid hospitalization and ensure their ability to remain safe and in the least restrictive environment.

 

  • Engaging the client in individualized treatment planning, safety planning, linkage to psychiatric/medical and counseling resources and educating client on skills designed to increase completion of ADLs and relationships with family and community supports.