Individual Counseling: Short-term solution-focused treatment for adults. Services provide support through family and life transitions, behavioral concerns, and/or mental health and substance abuse issues.
Parent-Child Relationship Therapy: Attachment-focused therapy with a caregiver and child. Caregivers include biological parent, foster parent, adoptive parent, or kinship placement.
Child-Parent Psychotherapy: A parent-child therapy model proven to be effective with children under the age of 5, who have been exposed to trauma and their caregivers. Caregivers include biological parent, foster parent, adoptive parent, or kinship placement.
Psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, medication prescription, and ongoing monitoring for relevant diagnoses. Services provided by licensed psychiatrists and nurses.
Seeking Safety Group: Supported by research evidence, the group is present-focused, counseling model to help adults attain safety from trauma and/or substance abuse. Directly addresses both trauma and addiction. Primary goals are to: Reduce trauma and/or substance abuse symptoms and increase safe coping in relationships, thinking, behavior and emotions.
Adult Anger Management Group: A 12-week Cognitive Behavioral Anger Management Group that will help adult participants learn skills to successfully manage anger. Based on ACT and Journey Beyond Abuse.
Girls' Group: Ongoing same sex groups for girls ages seven to 11. Participants learn skills to be successful in everyday life. Topics include self-esteem, healthy expression of feelings, communication, and self-care.
Boys' Group: An ongoing same-sex group for boys ages seven to 11. Participants will learn skills to help manage their anger and communicate their feelings effectively.
Early Recovery Skills (ERS): Based on the Matrix Model, participants learn essential skills for establishing abstinence from drugs and alcohol. ERS sessions teach strategies and practices to assist clients with behavior changes that support abstinence. To benefit fully from treatment, participants are encouraged to also participate in 12-Step or mutual-help groups.
Relapse Prevention Group (RP): Based on the Matrix Model, these sessions are forums in which people with substance use disorders share information about relapse prevention and receive assistance in coping with the issues of recovery and relapse avoidance. The RP group is based on the following premises: Relapse is not a random event, the process of relapse follows predictable patterns. Signs of impending relapse can be identified by staff members and clients. The RP group setting allows for mutual client assistance within the guiding constraints provided by the counselor. Clients heading toward relapse can be redirected, and those on a sound course to recovery can be encouraged.
Peer Support Group: Peer emotional support group for adults enrolled in services who also have a mental health or substance use diagnosis. The purpose of this group is to bring people together, learn the interconnectedness we all share, invite peer relationships through motivation and advocacy for each other to be successful in wellness and recovery.
Incredible Years Parent Education Group: The leading national evidence-based early childhood development training program for parents of children ages 0 to 8.
Dinosaur school -Socialization & behavior improvement groups for children ages 2-8 years.
Parents & Babies (birth to two years): A parenting group where parents learn how to establish clear and predictable routines and practice self-care. Parents practice understanding cues and responding appropriately to their child’s needs while encouraging appropriate development. Parents of toddlers practice using positive discipline to manage misbehavior.
Basic Preschool (three to six years) & Basic School Age (six to 12 years): A parenting group where parents strengthen the parent-child interactions and attachment, reduce harsh discipline, and foster the ability to promote the child’s social, emotional, and language development. Parents also learn to build the child’s school readiness skills and academic development.
Community-based independent living support: Support for adults with serious mental illness. Focus on activities of daily living, independent housing, medication management, and employment support.
Behavioral health residential facilities (BHRF): Residential services for adults and children with serious mental illness. Services include individual, group and family counseling, crisis management, substance abuse treatment, assistance in the self-administration of medicine, and daily living skills.