Diagnostic & Comprehensive Clinical Assessment
We provide diagnostic/comprehensive clinical assessments (CCA). A CCA is a clinical evaluation performed by a Clinical Social Worker to assess the individual’s presenting mental conditions and symptoms. The CCA will help gather information essential to arriving at a clinical diagnosis and forming a clinical opinion about recommended services, support and treatment or determine whether an individual is appropriate for and can benefit from our services.
Outpatient behavioral therapy includes a wide variety of programs for patients who visit a behavioral health counselor on a regular schedule. Most of the program involves individual behavioral modification or group sessions, or both.
Case management (CM) is a service for adults and youth who need medical, behavioral, social and other services appropriate to their needs. Case management is individualized, person centered , empowering, comprehensive, strengths-based, and outcome-focused.
Life Mapping & Goal Setting
Goal setting involves the development of an action plan designed to motivate and guide individuals or groups toward a goal. Goal setting can be guided by goal-setting criteria (or rules) such as SMART criteria. Goal setting is a major component of personal-development and management. Life Mapping is a process designed to help individuals arrive at their truth and true identity as unique individuals who will work towards becoming whole and empowered; to shape their existence consciously from their own point of view.
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) for Youth and Adults
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP) for Youth and Adults means structured individual and group addiction activities and services that are provided at an outpatient program designed to assist adult and adolescent beneficiaries to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. The Program is offered at least 3 hours a day, at least 3 days a week, with no more than 2 consecutive days between offered services and distinguishes between those beneficiaries needing no more than 19 hours of structured services per week (ASAM Level 2.1).