The Residential Treatment-Level III is a service targeted to children under age 21 which offers a highly structured and supervised environment in a program setting only, excluding room and board. This service provides the following activities under its core program:
A Comprehensive Clinical Assessment (CCA) is an intensive clinical and functional face-to-face evaluation of an individual’s presenting mental health, developmental disability, and/or substance abuse condition that results in the issuance of a written report, providing the clinical basis for the development of the Introductory Person Centered Plan (PCP), the Complete PCP, or the service plan when a PCP is not required.
This written report also includes recommendations for services, supports, and/or treatment. Through a comprehensive clinical assessment, the information essential to formulating a diagnosis and plan of treatment is gathered.
Our agency believes “No man, woman, or child is an island” and every now and then needs a helping hand to get through the dilemmas of life. Therefore, when that time comes it should be handled in the most respectful, sensitive and private manner. Counseling also known as therapy is designed to provide that support everyone needs at that point in their life.
We believe counseling should be “Person-Centered” and designed to incorporate the strengths and the needs of the client. Each person is different and possesses their own values, belief systems, and complexities that make them unique and all should be expressed within the individual’s scope of treatment.
Therefore, we contract with therapist that share that common belief and who are committed to helping the consumer/client/family get to the core issues using a variety of treatment models that will most effective and non-intrusive approach.