Available to adults with emotional disorders and persistent mental illnesses. Often these individuals have multiple and complex needs. Clinical staff work with the client, family, other care providers and community to address these needs in an efficient manner.
Development of an Individualized Plan. Needs, strengths, abilities and preferences are identified. The client and mental health staff work as a team to map out a plan for participation in a variety of services. Each plan is specific to what the client wants to happen as a result of mental health services.
Coordination of Services. Process of arranging for clients to participate in services to meet their goals outlined in the individual treatment plan. Services may be provided by the Center or other community resources.
Advocacy. Center staff work on behalf of the client to ensure services are accessible and efficient while teaching the client how to take on this role for him/her self.
Evaluation. The client’s work toward the goals in the individual plan is monitored by the client and the Center staff. On-going discussions determine if the client’s goals are being reached and identify new goals. A periodic review of the service plan will be done with the client. With the client’s consent, family members and other service agencies are encouraged to attend these meetings.
Services are provided to help individuals resume their abilities to manage social, employment and domestic needs.
- Assessments by mental health professionals and psychiatrists
- Individual, group, and family therapy
- Medication services
- Case management