Behavioral Health Assessment
An assessment that evaluates a person's readiness for a maintenance level of care.
Co-Occurring Individual Counseling
Counseling that utilizes evidence-based practices to address problems related to mental health and substance use disorders.
Community support services help people develop skills, access resources, identify goals, and reduce barriers.
Crisis intervention and resolution helps a person experiencing a mental health emergency to resolve the crisis, and provide support.
Services designed to help people who are experiencing mental health symptoms that interfere with individual/family life in a highly disabling manner.
The initial and annual evaluation determines mental health treatment options.
Evidence Based Practices
Treatment that have been proven effective
Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)
A specialized team that provides community base services and interventions
Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders (ICTD)
An evidenced based practice that improves the quality of life for people with severe mental illness and substance use disorders
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
An evidenced base approach to help people develop cope with intense emotions
Individual and Group Professional Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
A process in which an individual interacts with a counselor or a group in order to manage mental health and substance use disorders.
Evidence Based Practices
Treatment that have been proven effective.
Intensive Residential Services
For people that need a lot of help and live in residential settings such as group homes.
An appointment to manage prescribed medications and monitor the medications impact on overall health.
Medication services provide a person access to medical provider for medications.
Metabolic Syndrome Screening
A screening completed to assess for the following risk factors: obesity, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes.
A review of a person's current medical situation to help direct treatment.
Peer Support Services
Peer supports assist people in their recovery from mental illness or substance use disorder.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
Group services that help people learn life skills.
PSR-Illness Management and Recovery (PSR IMR)
PSR IMR provides illness management and recovery services that promote physical and mental wellness; personal empowerment; respect, and responsibility in individual and group settings.
Children’s Inpatient Diversion
A place to live that has intense services instead of going to the hospital.
Services provided in a structured environment to reduce symptoms of a mental health disorder.
Services designed to focus on the child and the development of home and community living skills.
Family Support Services
Services designed to provide a support system for parents or caregivers of children under 17.
Functional Family Therapy
A family based program for high risk youth.
Intensive Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation
Help for people who have a lot of problems and might have to go to the hospital if they don’t get help.
Professional Parent Home
Parents that are trained to care for one child that has serious problems and has been removed from their own home.
The child is placed here in order to keep him/her out of the hospital.
Treatment Family Home
Parents that care for children who were taken out of their own home due to mental health problems.
A plan used to describe a person’s goals and the services they will receive during treatment.
Groups that help youth learn life skills.
TelehealthUsing technology to meet with your doctor.