Service Details

Community Support Program (CSP)

CSP staff provide a variety of services to individuals and their families. CSP staff can assist with:
  - enhancing daily and independent living skills
  - coordinating medical or other outpatient services,
  - providing assistance in obtaining benefits and housing,
  - developing a crisis plan, and
  - fostering empowerment and recovery through building links to peer support and self-help groups

 

Therapeutic Mentoring Services

Therapeutic Mentors offers structured, one-to-one, strength-based support services to individuals under 21 years of age for the purpose of addressing daily living, social, and communication needs.

Therapeutic Mentoring services include supporting, coaching, and training the youth in age-appropriate behaviors, interpersonal communication, problem-solving and conflict resolution, and relating appropriately to other children and adolescents, as well as adults, in recreational and social activities.

 

 

In-Home Behavioral Services

In-Home Behavioral Services are delivered by one or more members of a team consisting of professional and paraprofessional staff, offering a combination of medically necessary behavior management therapy and behavior management monitoring.

  • - Behavior Management Therapy includes development of a highly specific behavior plan; supervision and coordination of interventions; and training other interveners to address specific behavioral objectives or performance goals to treat challenging behaviors that interfere with the youth’s successful functioning.

  • - Behavior Management Monitoring includes: implementation of the behavior plan, monitoring the youth’s behavior, reinforcing implementation of the behavior plan by the parent(s)/guardian(s)/caregiver(s), and reporting to the behavior management therapist.

 

 

 

In-Home Therapy Services

In-Home Therapy is a structured, consistent, strength-based therapeutic relationship between a clinician and the youth and family. This service is delivered by one or more members of a team consisting of professional and paraprofessional staff, offering a combination of medically necessary In-Home Therapy and Therapeutic Training and Support.

Interventions are designed to enhance and improve the family’s ability to improve the youth’s functioning in the home and community and may prevent the need for the youth’s admission to an inpatient hospital, psychiatric residential treatment facility or other treatment setting.

Goals of in-home therapy can include:
- enhancing problem-solving,
- limit-setting,
- risk management/safety planning,
- communication,
- building skills to strengthen the family,
- identifying and utilizing community resources;

 

 

Outpatient Therapy Services

Outpatient therapy services focus on the restoration, enhancement, and/or maintenance of an individual’s level of functioning.

Outpatient therapists will provide the following:
- Diagnostic evaluation;
- Individual, couples, group, and family therapies;
- Case and family consultation;
- Referrals for psychopharmacological services as needed.

 

Outpatient Group Therapy Program

Outpatient Group Therapy includes Mental Health and Substance Use groups that encourage the learning and growth of our participants. Participants will engage in clinician facilitated groups on a weekly basis. Participants will also be able to utilize evaluation services and case management as needed. Individual counseling referrals can be made as well as medication evaluations. (Please call for days and times.)

Current Topics Include:
• Co-Dependence
• Anger Management
• Domestic Violence
• Non – verbal Communication
• Nurturing Parents
• Dual Diagnosis
• Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
• Drug and Alcohol Education
• Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder in Transitional Aged Youth (16 to 18 year olds)

 

Structured Outpatient Addiction Program with Motivational Interviewing (SOAP)

SOAP is for adults 18 years old and older. The program operates between the hours of 9:00 am – 12:45 pm. SOAP provides group counseling, individual counseling, and case management. SOAP clinicians provide medication evaluation referrals within two weeks of admission of the SOAP program. SOAP is 5 days per week for the first 2 to 3 weeks and decreases as progress is identified. SOAP groups are run in modules so as to provide a vast array of group topics to our participants.

SOAP group topics include;
• Drug Education and Relapse Prevention
• Coping Skills
• Family Dynamics
• Co-occurring Disorders
• Tobacco Cessation
• STD’s
• Domestic Violence

 

Enhanced Structured Outpatient Addiction Program for Adolescents (Adolescent Soap) (13-17 years old)

Adolescent SOAP is for adolescent’s ages 13 - 17 years old. The program operates between the hours of; 2:30 pm – 6 pm. and provides group counseling, individual counseling, and case management. Clinicians provide medication evaluation referrals within two weeks of admission of the Adolescent SOAP program. Adolescent SOAP groups are run in modules so as to provide a vast array of group topics to our participants.  The program meets three or more days per week. Adolescent SOAP groups include (call for any changes – modules change every 6 to 8 weeks): 
• Drug Education and Relapse Prevention
• Coping Skills
• Healthy Relationships
• Sexually Transmitted Disease
• Tobacco Cessation
• Wellness
• Anger Management

 

Second Offender Aftercare Program(SOA)

Mental Health and Substance Use groups are available in our SOA program. Participants will participate in clinician facilitated group therapy and engage in individual evaluations. Our SOA curriculum includes some topics to target OUI’s.

Some group topics include;
• The Neurobiology of Addiction
• Genetics and addiction
• Co-Occurring mental health and SUD’s
• Ambivalence
• Stages of Change
• Co – Dependency
• Alcoholism and its’ stages
• How Substances affect anger
• Legal implications of Drinking and Driving

 

First Offender Driver Alcohol Education Program (DAE)

This program is facilitated by Master’s level Clinicians offered to first offenders over sixteen weeks, groups are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  Participants complete intake within four weeks from the date of the referral. Assessments and treatment plan reflects goals and objectives that specify the expected accomplishments in the areas of substance education and illegal behavior.  Participants are required to complete 2 hours of Victim Impact classes, attend AA/NA meetings in addition to group therapy.

 

 

Court Ordered Evaluations

Clients are referred for an evaluation by their probation officers/ attorney / district attorney / Department of Children and Families, or when the judge orders someone to participate in such an evaluation.  It focuses on determining their mental health or substance abuse needs, risks, and making recommendations for appropriate treatment.  

 

Medication Management
We conduct psychiatric diagnostic evaluations upon referral. Our child and adolescent practitioners prescribe medications if indicated and provide monthly follow-up for medication management.

 

Guardian Evaluations
We conduct team evaluations that address cognitive and adaptive functioning to assess whether a person is able to make decisions for themselves and provide self-care.