Mental Health Rehabilitation
- A restorative program geared towards patients with Axis 1 Mental Health Diagnosis.
- Counselors and social workers work in the community with clients in an effort to achieve independence for families and clients.
- Sessions and interventions teach and promote social rehabilitation and independent living skills.
- Counselors are available on call 24 hours day-seven days a week.
- MST is an intensive family and community-based treatment for youth with complex clinical, social and educational challenges who have been court-involved, have a history of out-of-home placements, and/or exhibit high-risk behaviors.
- Therapists work with parents/caregivers to impact and provide support in school, youth, peer and community settings for 4-6 months. Contact is daily at the outset, and therapists are available around the clock for emergencies and support.
- Family interventions promote positive family relationships and development of skills to impact adolescents' risky and acting-out behaviors. Family interventions enhance the parents' capacity to monitor and discipline the adolescent.
- An evidence based preventative mental health program targeted towards toddlers and parents who are at a high risk of out-of-home placement.
- Specialists work extremely intense with families over an average of 40 days to strengthen bonds and parenting skills, in an effort to restore core family needs and to prevent placement of the children.
- Specialists are available to families on call 24 hours a day-seven days a week.