Mental Illness

Children’s Outpatient – Is a program for children and their families. Emphasis is placed on diagnosing the problem(s) and implementing an intervention strategy with the family to ameliorate the problem.
Children’s Day treatment – Is a comprehensive program to treat children that have, or are suspected of having, a delay in their emotional, behavior, or social development.
Project Find– Is an intense, in- home mental health service for children and adolescents between the ages of 5-17.
Adult Outpatient – Is a service provided for a wide range of disabilities from less severe emotional adjustment problems to severe mental illnesses. The service assists in the diagnosing and treatment of these problems.
Adult Day Treatment – Is an identifiable and distinct program that provides services designed to bridge acute treatment (Partial Hospitalization) and less intensive services (i.e. Outpatient) with goals of community living skills acquisition/enhancement, increased level of functioning, and enhanced community integration. Activities which include problem solving, assertive training, interpersonal skills building and other medical services relating to psychiatric illnesses.
Rehabilitative Day Program – is an organizationally distinct program that provides long-term recovery services with the goals of improving functioning, facilitating recovery, achieving personal goals, regaining self-worth, optimizing illness management, and helping consumers to become productive participants in family and community life.

Assertive Community Treatment – Provides an intensive and comprehensive based treatment for the seriously and persistently mentally ill utilizing non-traditional, aggressive outreach treatment in the community.

Geriatric Services – This outpatient program provides services to those clients 65 years of age or older as well as any age that resides in a long term care facility.

Partial Hospitalization Program – Provides intensive, structured, active, and clinical treatment with the goal(s) of acute symptom remission, hospital avoidance, and/or reduction of inpatient length of stay.

Case Management Services – Offers coordination of services such as assessment, living arrangements, health needs, etc; provided to the mentally ill clients and their families.

Residential Care Home – Is a specialized behavioral care home for adults with serious and persistent mental problems. The Residential Group Home provides residential services emphasizing social rehabilitation, supportive training, and basic living skills. It is a fourteen bed residential facility that provides 24 hour supervised congregate living located in a community setting.
Semi-Independent Living – provides living resources for individuals experiencing a serious mental illness. Apartments are leased from the private sector and sub-let to individuals meeting the admission criteria. Each resident of the semi-independent living facility must remain involved in one of the Boards operations, e.g. Outpatient, Adult Intensive Day Treatment, etc.

Emergency Service – the general function of the Emergency Service is to provide around-the-clock crisis intervention to those persons who are in need of immediate care. Intervention is accomplished either by telephone or face-to-face contact, depending upon the nature and extent of the emergency.