- Clinical services include family, individual counseling, case management, and group therapy. A treatment plan and the criteria for which successful completion of treatment are negotiated with the client, their families (if applicable), and the primary clinician.
Clinical Assessments for Services
- Various assessments are utilized in the process of determining appropriateness for services. Potential clients undergo psycho-social, physical, and psychological assessments to determine needs, stability, and treatment focus. Assessments are also used to identify barriers to treatment and to individualize the treatment plan.
- During the assessment appointment, clinical staff obtains client history in areas such as school, family, prenatal and child development, exposure to domestic violence, abuse, substance use, previous traumas, coping skills, and other areas of concern. Again, this information is used to (1) develop strategies for treatment and (2) individualize the treatment plan.
- Volunteer and Leadership Screening
- Referrals and/or Collaborations
- Quarterly Collaborative Meetings
- Community Advisory/Executive Councils
- National Academic Training Institute