Our rehabilitation programs are designed to assist people, young and old get back on the road to a healthy and happy lifestyle. We offer group treatments, family sessions and one-on-one sessions.
This area focuses on issues such as:
- Substance Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Juvenile Probation/Parole
- Foster Children
- Any other diagnosed emotional and/or mental disorder
Basic Skills Training (BST)
is administered by a qualified QBA and is specifically engineered to teach recipients a variety of life skills, such as basic living and self-care, social skills, and transitional living. The recipient’s goals are accomplished through positive reinforcement, modeling, operant conditioning, and other training techniques. Basic Skills Training (BST) services are provided to recipients with age and developmentally inappropriate cognitive and behavioral skills.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)
is designed to improve a recipient’s psychological functioning with a variety of social settings. Restoring a recipient’s highest level of functioning by reducing psychosocial dysfunction is the desired outcome of such treatment. Psychosocial rehabilitation can help a recipient address their behavioral management, identity, emotional intimacy, life goals, moral reasoning, communication skills, and their ability to identify and resolve problems.
Crisis Intervention Services
are rehabilitative mental health interventions that target urgent situations where recipients are experiencing acute psychiatric and/or personal distress. The goal of crisis intervention services is to assess and stabilize situations (through brief and intense interventions) and provide appropriate mental and behavioral health services.
Individual Therapy Services
Mental health treatment service provided to a specific recipient for a presenting need by an individual therapist for a specified period of time. The amount, scope and duration of individual therapy services may vary depending on the stage of the presenting mental health need, treatment program, and recipient’s response to the treatment approach.
Mental health treatment service provided to a specific recipient by a QMHP using natural or substitute family as the means to facilitate positive family interactions among individuals. The recipient does not need to be present for family therapy services, however, the services must deal with issues relating to the constructive integration/reintegration of the recipient into the family.
Mental health treatment service facilitated by a QMHP within their scope of licensure or practice, which utilizes the interactions of more than one individual, and the focus of the group to address behavioral health needs and interpersonal relationships. The therapy must be prescribed on the Treatment Plan and must have measurable goals and objectives. Group therapy may focus on skill development for learning new coping skills, such as stress reduction, or changing maladaptive behavior, such as anger management.