Program Services

Counseling

COUNSELING

Group, family, and individual-based sessions where clinicians and trained professionals meet with clients to help them learn methods and interventions for successfully helping themselves. Some counseling interventions that may be used include but are not limited to the following: cognitive-behavioral therapy; anger management; mental illness chemical addiction group sessions; stress management; and relationship building. As a result of these counseling interventions, clients become empowered so they can resolve personal conflicts and effectively cope with their emotional problems.

Case Management

Case Management

Interventions where trained professionals develop individualized plans for dealing with daily situations. Some interventions may include helping individuals obtain insurance/disability benefits, become placed in cost-effective housing, access self-help services, increase knowledge of community resources, and receive needed food, clothing, or medication. Other case management services may help individuals improve relationships with family, friends, or members in the community such as landlords.

Psychiatric

Psychiatric

All clients receive an individual, comprehensive psychiatric evaluation by a licensed psychiatrist. In this assessment, the licensed psychiatrist evaluates each individual’s mental, social, and psychological functioning and then works with the individual and his or her treatment team to develop a comprehensive, individualized treatment plan. Based on the individual client’s presenting problems, the psychiatrist may prescribe medications along with counseling interventions to help the individual begin their path to successful recovery.

Prevocational

Prevocational

Prevocational services are an array of strategies and interventions that assist in acquiring general work behaviors, attitudes and skills in response to the interests and needs of consumers who are thinking about and/or intending to take on the role of the worker and which may be used in other life domains.

Social and Recreation

Social and Recreation

Activities designed to assist a consumer to identify, achieve and retain personally meaningful goals over time which helps the person resume normal functioning in valued life roles and self-chosen community environments. In these activities, clients develop needed skills for participating in consumer-chosen community environments, for facilitating consumer-directed recovery, and for re-integrating into valued community living, learning, working and social roles.

Pyschoeducation

Pyschoeducation

Clinical talk therapy and education that provides factual information, recovery practices, and evidence-based models pertaining to one’s behavioral health stressors. The focus on this therapy is to provide individuals with hope and motivation so they can achieve a successful recovery.

Services include

  • Group-based counseling
  • Crisis prevention and intervention
  • Psychiatric evaluation and medication monitoring
  • Dual-Diagnoses and Mental Illness Chemical Addiction Track
  • No cost nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack
  • Free transportation to and from facility
  • Community referral services
  • Positive reinforcement and cognitive-behavioral therapy

Groups include

  • Stress Management
  • Anger Management
  • Relapse Prevention
  • Time Management
  • Coping Skills
  • Arts & Crafts
  • WRAP Model
  • Life Skills
  • Illness-Management and Recovery
  • Health and Fitness
  • Relaxation
  • Cognitive Skills

Admission Criteria

  • History of psychiatric illness
  • History of psychiatric hospitalization or at risk of being hospitalized
  • Reasonable expectation of benefit from mental health treatment at this level
  • Individual needs to be at least 18 years of age and older
  • Needs to possess or be eligible to receive Medicaid

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