Evaluation and treatment of child and adolescent mental health, substance abuse and co-occurring disorders are provided. Case management supports treatment by helping individuals figure out what services are needed, empowering through person centered planning.
Case management is a home/community based service.
Substance Abuse Prevention Program
A school- and community-based program leads students in a small group process of 12 sessions. Helps Students:
• Identify Personal Problems
• Develop Problem Solving Skills
• Restore Productivity
• Seek Help
• Develop Resiliency
Regional Intervention Program
RIP is a free, internationally recognized parent-implemented program that helps parents work with their own children with behavior problems. Experienced RIP parents provide training to newly enrolled families. Children must be enrolled before their 6th birthday.
• Professional Resource Staff
• Behavior Management Training
• Classroom Programs
• Social Skills Training
• Preschool Intervention
• Follow - Up Services
Student Assistance Program
Clinical services for at-risk students with academic, social, and/or behavioral problems. Helps schools maintain safe, disciplined learning environments. Consultation for teachers and collaboration with counselors is provided.
• Group & Individual Counseling
• Crisis Intervention
• Parent Education & Counseling
• Violence Prevention Curriculum
• Assessment, Intervention for Alcohol or Tobacco Offenses
• Life Skills Training