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Available Services

We strive to provide compassionate, beneficial, and clinically appropriate mental health services for children, adults and families in the office, the community, and home settings.

Intake Assessments

  • If you need mental health services, we’ll schedule an appointment for you with one of our licensed clinicians.
  • Following this appointment, you will be referred to a level of care based on your individual or family’s needs.
  • Before leaving the office, we’ll also provide your family with a follow-up appointment, and you’ll have the opportunity to develop a Person Centered Plan with a Qualified Mental Health Professional.

Tailored Care Management

  • The overall goal of Tailored Care Management is to improve health outcomes for patients by assigning one Care Manager to coordinate their care and assist in addressing unmet needs.
  • The assigned care manager will work with patient’s care team through multidisciplinary team approach.

Therapy Services

  • These services include, individual, family, and group therapy.
  • These services are provided in the patient’s home or in the community.
  • Through evident based interventions, clinicians use a person centered approach to help patients overcome mental health symptoms.

Psychiatric Services

  • These services include initial Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management services.
  • These services are through the telehealth platform with one of our Licensed Psychiatrists or Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners.
  • Providers in our clinic include Board Certified Child, Adolescent, Adult Psychiatrists and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners.
  • Initial Evaluations are scheduled for one hour and include a comprehensive review of individual and family medical and mental health history.
  • Follow-up appointments vary based on clinical complexity but generally require a 20 minute appointment.

Intensive In Home Services

  • This is a team approach designed to address the identified needs of children and adolescents who are unable to remain stable in the community/home without intensive interventions due to crisis behaviors.
  • The team delivering services is comprised of a licensed professional, a qualified professional, and one additional qualified or associate professional.
  • All three team members work with the family as a unit to provide services to the patient and family.
  • As part of this service, the team can also link the patient to other services as they need.

Day Treatment

  • This is a facility based mental health service designed for children and adolescents 5-20 years old.
  • Day Treatment services are provided at a maximum of 6 hours a day and a minimum of 3 hours a day, based on need and clinical appropriateness.
  • Day Treatment services provide mental health interventions in a structured therapeutic group treatment setting.
    • These interventions build on strengths and address identified functional difficulties associated with the complex conditions of each individual patient and family.

Partial Hospitalization

  • Partial Hospitalization is a short-term service designed to prevent hospitalization or to serve as an interim step for those leaving the hospital.
  • A physician will participate in the diagnosis, treatment planning, and admission or discharge decisions.