Services

Counseling:

Center Counseling offers individual, family, and group counseling services for all ages. Counseling is designed to manage emotional concerns, trauma, psychiatric disorders, and behavioral issues. Counseling begins with an assessment intake, development of treatment plan, and reviews of goals and objectives on a consistent basis. Our counselors have a variety of experience and expertise to best meet your needs.

Medication Management:

Center Counseling provides both child and adult psychiatric services. Psychiatric medication management includes an evaluation and follow up visits to monitor medications for emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric concerns.

Case Management:

Case Management is designed to assist individuals in finding needed resources throughout the community. These services are provided to individuals who are unable to navigate resources and services on their own and do not have natural supports to assist them in meeting these needs. Resources include financial, educational, housing, transportation, social, and other areas of concern.

Targeted Care Coordination:

Targeted Care Coordination (TCC) is the process that assists youth and their family to locate, coordinate, facilitate, provide linkage, advocate for, and monitor the mental and physical health, social, educational, and other services as identified through a child and family teaming process. Targeted Care Coordinators work to team with your child’s counselor and the youth’s family in creating a Person Centered Service Plan to help navigate goals.

Skills Building/Community Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS):

CBRS focuses on behavioral, social, communication, rehabilitation, and/or basic living skills training which is designed to build an individual’s competency and confidence while increasing functioning and decreasing mental health and/or behavioral symptoms. This service is for both adults and youth in helping in the following areas: Vocational/educational, financial, social, family, basic living skills, housing, community, health/medical. CBRS staff meet with individual in the community or home for a few hours each week.

Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS):

Therapeutic Behavioral Services is a specialized behavioral service for youth under the age of 18 who have behavioral challenges that could benefit from additional support. These services require additional authorization and provide additional time with the youth and family in teaching skills. TBS views all behavior as a pattern that has been learned over time and can be changed or shaped over time through consistent intervention, reinforcement of positive behavior, and support from the whole network of people around a youth.

Peer/Youth Support:

Peer/Youth Support is a recovery support service in which a Certified Peer Support Specialist utilizes their training, lived experience and experiential knowledge to mentor, guild and coach individuals (13 and older) to work to achieve self-identified recovery and resiliency goals. Peer/Youth Support focuses on being supportive rather than directive based. Peer Support specialists assist to help individuals decrease isolation and build community support.

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Family Support:

Family Support is a recovery support service in which a Certified Family Support Specialist utilizes their training, lived experience, and experiential knowledge in working with children with a mental health diagnosis to mentor, guild, and coach families in their own recovery. They also assist the entire family unit with developing the skills for advocacy and the belief that recovery is possible.

Respite:

Respite care is in-person, short-term or temporary care for a youth provided in a safe environment that provides relief for the usual caretaker and that focuses on de-escalation of stressful situations. Respite is staffed by specialized caregivers with skills and training in working with children of all ages and mental health conditions. Center Counseling offers both individual and group respite care. In order to qualify for Respite services, child must complete an assessment from Liberty Healthcare (1-877-305-3469), meet Medicaid requirements, and have a Targeted Care Coordinator.

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