Our treatment programs are designed to help our clients take the first step in their healing journey in a secure, compassionate therapeutic environment. Each of our treatment programs begins with an individualized, confidential assessment. Then, we create an individualized treatment plan specific to each client’s needs. Admissions to our programs can be voluntary or involuntary, and treatment is administered by a multidisciplinary group of clincians which include psychiatrists, social workers and activity therapists.
Our team of licensed Qualified Mental Health Professionals provides clients with up to 15 Hours per week of one on one person-centered:
"Home-Based Counseling" in comfort of your home. Our Clinicians will assist you with identifying goals and work with you on a weekly basis to assist you in reaching those goals.
In-addition to community/home-based counseling services we now offer:
"Crisis Stabilization Services" Which is 7-days per week person- centered rapid recovery services for a maximum of 70 hours per week.
CThe Founder of our agency is a nutritional consultant who brings a diverse background of healthcare related roles one of which included Pharmaceutical/Nutraceutical Sales with Abbott Laboratories. Our Founder provides clinicians with continuous ongoing education. In-addition to on-going education our clinicians have access to clinical peer-reviewed studies and healthy recipes for each client’s unique needs.
1.Nutritional Counseling & Medication Management.
2. Meal Pre-prep.
3. Medication Reminders & Tracking.
4. Food Journaling.
Our Agency provides court-ordered counseling for clients when appropriate while working with the judicial system to ensure the safety our clients and others
Our Agency will provide the courts with monthly progress updates to ensure participation an compliance with medication management and court-ordered counseling sessions
Home Based Counseling "One of the Following"
Crisis Stabilization Services "One of the Following"
a. The individual is experiencing marked reduction in psychiatric, adaptive, or behavioral functioning;
b. The individual is experiencing extreme increase in emotional distress;
c. The individual needs continuous intervention to maintain stability; or
d. The individual is causing harm to self or others.
The person must be at risk for: a. Psychiatric hospitalization; b. Emergency ICF/IID placement; c. Disruption of community status (living arrangement, day placement, or school); or d. Causing harm to self or others.