We currently offer a broad range of therapy services to our patients. They range from Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Play Therapy, and Family and Marriage Counseling. Each one of our licensed clinicians provide the highest level of care to you and your family.
Drug and Alcohol Counseling
Drug & alcohol counselors treat addicts either one on one or in group settings. They educate and develop treatment plans for addicts to help them better cope with their addictive personalities.
Youth Art and Music Therapy
Music and Art Therapy is the clinical and evidence-based use of music and arts-based interventions to accomplish individualized goals. The use of both music and art address physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals.
Music therapy also provides avenues for communication that can be helpful to those who find it difficult to express themselves in words. Research in music therapy supports its effectiveness in many areas such as overall physical rehabilitation and facilitating movement, increasing people's motivation to become engaged in their treatment, providing emotional support for clients and their families, and providing an outlet for expression of feelings.
Recreational therapy, also known as therapeutic recreation, is a systematic process that utilizes recreation and other activity-based interventions to address the assessed needs of individuals with illnesses and/or disabling conditions, to psychological and physical health, recovery and well-being. Recreational therapy can include sports and horse therapy.
Neurofeedback is a type of biofeedback that measures brain waves to produce a signal that can be used as feedback to teach self-regulation of brain function. This type of therapy may be suggested by your clinician in addition to traditional therapeutic services.
Applied Behavior Analysis
This is a scientific discipline concerned with analyzing how the principles of learning affect environmental stimuli, and systematically applying this technology to change behavior.
Basic Skills Training
Basic Skills Training is a type of rehabilitative mental health intervention, designed to reduce cognitive and behavioral impairments and restore recipients to their highest level of functioning with the guidance of our staff.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Training
This training promotes recovery, community functioning, and increased well-being of individuals diagnosed with mental disorders that impair their ability to live meaningful lives. Community functioning and well-being of an individual diagnosed with mental health or mental or emotional disorder is our main priority.
Intensive Out-Patient Therapy
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) bridges the gap between inpatient and traditional outpatient therapies. The IOP meets the needs of individuals who require less than 24-hour care, but who need more comprehensive treatment that can reasonably be provided in a traditional outpatient setting. IOP addresses issues ranging from severe behavioral deficits to substance abuse addictions.
Partial Hospitalization Program
The program provides diagnostic and treatment services on a level of intensity similar to an inpatient program, but on less than a 24-hour basis.
Partial hospitalization provides a structured program of outpatient psychiatric services as an alternative to inpatient psychiatric care. It’s more intense than care you get in a doctor’s or therapist’s office. This treatment is provided during the day and doesn’t require an overnight stay.
Day Treatment is a behavioral health treatment program, outpatient care, and treatment of mental or nervous disorders or substance abuse under the supervision of qualified mental health professionals. Day Treatment is available to both children and adults.
Program of Assertive Community Services (PACT) entails the provision of an array of services delivered by a community-based, mobile, multidisciplinary team of professionals, paraprofessionals, and peer specialists. PACT multidisciplinary teams provide acute, active, ongoing, and long-term community-based psychiatric treatment, assertive outreach, rehabilitation, and support. The team provides assistance to Members to maximize their recovery, ensure consumer-directed goal setting, assist individuals in gaining a sense of hope and empowerment and provide assistance in helping the individuals served to become better integrated into the community. Services are provided in the community and are available, as needed by the individual, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.
This type of service is available to individuals deemed Severely Persistently Mentally Ill (SPMI).
We provide any available resources that aid our clients in their journey of self-dependence. Whether that journey leads to transitional housing facilities, financial assistance to prevent homelessness, or other supportive resources. Our Community Liaison Specialist is available to link our patients to any available resource currently available.
Community Food Pantry
Our food pantry provides food directly to those in need. We are more than happy to distribute food to low-income individuals in our community. A large amount of our food received is donated by Three Square or purchased directly by Insight. Our Food Pantry is currently available Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday from 9am-12pm.
Youth Mentor Programs
This process of matching mentors with young people who need or want a caring, responsible adult in their lives. The goal of our youth mentoring program is to improve the well-being of the child by providing a role model that can support the child academically, socially and/or personally.