We offer Sliding Fee Scale and discounts based on family size and income. No one will be denied access to services due to the inability to pay.
We provide psychiatric services to assess, diagnose, and treat mental health disorders. Our goal is to help clients lead a healthy life and manage mental health disorders related to mood, behavior, cognition, and perceptions.
We offer psychological testing services to provide differential diagnosing of mental health disorders, identify psychological challenges, and provide recommendations for appropriate follow up services.
We provide parenting services to enhance clients’ ability to promote and support the physical, emotional, social, and intellectual development of their children, from infancy to adulthood. We use an Active Parenting Curriculum that challenges parents to set goals for their children to achieve and to create boundaries that promote healthy behaviors and family interactions. Thus, we encourage client-families to think about their interactions with one another and to consider how their interactions impact parent-child interactions.
We recognize that emotional, mental, and physical health are all important parts of our clients’ well-being. Our nursing staff helps clients overcome barriers to mental wellness by assessing, treating, and providing education on physical health conditions and needs.
We provide psychotherapeutic services to assist children, adolescents, adults, and families with handling and processing crises, as well as ongoing emotional or behavioral problems. We view therapeutic services as a component of our integrated healthcare approach in which we address physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual challenges.
Our staff works collaboratively with The Department of Family and Children Services staff to develop and implement family case plans designed to promote the well-being of children and their families. These wraparound services include interventions, community services, assessments, and interpersonal support for individuals with a range of complex needs.
Substance Use Disorder
We provide in-person and online counseling to people who have a substance use disorder(s). Our substance use disorder services also include drug and alcohol assessments. Our Addiction Counselors have state and international credentials that qualify them to diagnose and treat these disorders.
We provide court mandated psychiatric evaluations and medication management to clients through a contract with Drug Court. These clients have been affected by substance use and addiction in multiple Counties. We welcome Drug Court participants to engage in ongoing treatment so we can support them through their recovery journey, even after their Drug Court experience ends.
We provide re-entry services to individuals and families who experience trauma as a result of interactions with police and the criminal justice system. Our goal is to promote health and healing for people who are at risk for arrest, who have experienced trauma and social harm as a result of incarceration, and who are transitioning from incarceration to the next phase of life. We also serve families and friends as they suffer separation from incarcerated loved ones.
Biopsychosocial assessments help determine the nature of the challenges faced by the adults, children, adolescents and families we serve. This assessment considers interactions between biological, psychological, and social factors that aid in understanding a client’s overall health and needed services. The results of this assessment is utilized in developing an individualized treatment plan.
Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment (CCFA)
The Comprehensive Child and Family Assessment, completed on behalf of the Department of Family and Children Services, is used to gather information from the family, caregivers, foster parents, prospective placement resources and other important parties. The gathered information is used to assist with developing a case plan, determining the needs of the child(ren) and family, and identifying services that would help assure safety, permanency, and the overall well-being of the child(ren) and family.
Home evaluations are completed to determine an appropriate placement for children to live when they are removed from their home. The assessment, typically of the child(ren)’s biological family, determines if the placement will be a secure, safe, and permanent environment for the child(ren) . The evaluation also addresses whether the caretaker is able to ensure the well-being of the child(ren) and meet the child(ren)’s needs.
Nursing assessments provide a plan of care that identifies the specific needs of our person served and how those needs will be addressed by the skilled RN and other clinic staff.
Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
Substance use disorder assessments are completed to diagnose substance use disorders and guide the approach to treatment. Measurements such as The Addiction Severity Index (ASI) and the Substance Abuse Subtle Screening Inventory-4 (SASSI-4) are used to identify the potential problem areas and the probability of substance abuse.
Trauma assessments help identify and assess the impact of traumatic events, identify strengths and needs, and recommend supportive treatment and interventions.
As a contract holder with the federal General Services Administration (GSA), we assist all federal government agencies with their service and recruitment needs.
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