Individual/Family Training Skills
These services cover a variety of skills such as problem solving, healthy coping mechanisms, adaptive skills, interpersonal skills, daily living skills, resource management skills, understanding diagnoses, substance related coping skills, and other relevant topics that assist in meeting an individual’s personal needs. These services teach the skills necessary to utilize community resources and develop natural support systems.
Community Support services
The Community Support services consist of rehabilitative, environmental support and resources considered critical to assist a child/individual and family in gaining access to emotional and functional growth of the child/individual. Function as part of a multi-disciplinary team and participate in weekly treatment planning meetings.
Therapeutic interventions that assist individuals through diagnoses and service needs provided by a qualified clinician. Services address goals such as promoting resiliency and restoration development, enhancement or maintenance of: An illness/emotional disturbance and medications self-management knowledge skills which consist of (symptom management, behavioral management, relapses prevention skills along with knowledge of medications and motivational/skill to take medication and prescribed.