QPR is a Suicidal Thinking, Behavior, Attempts prevention training for participants to be able to recognize the warning signs of Suicidal Thinking, Behavior, Attempts and question, persuade, and refer people at risk for Suicidal Thinking, Behavior, Attempts for help.
Adult and child psychiatrists and nurses are available to provide pharmacological management for clients assessed as needing medication to help stabilize psychiatric symptoms. Also, follow-up psychiatric services and assistance helps ensure that clients have an understanding of their illness and
We believe that people with mental illness who want to work can work, regardless of their mental illness. These services address vocational training, education and support for adults who have been diagnosed with a severe mental illness. Although services are
The mission of crisis intervention services is to help individuals and families in crisis achieve stabilization in a timely manner. Mobile crisis workers respond to situations in local emergency rooms, jails, group homes and other community settings. Crisis workers help
Your primary health care will be provided by a Certified Nurse Practitioner. Nurse Practitioners are registered nurses with advanced education (master's degee). Nurse practitioners also have to pass a board certification exam. The Nurse Practitioner's focus is on health promotion,
Counseling services are designed to teach people the skills necessary to manage situational and phase of life problems. These services are brief and solution-focused. Treatment plans are developed for four to six sessions; however, we understand that there are times
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment Services for Children (CPST)Children with emotional and behavioral problems that interfere with their functioning at home, school and the community can benefit from specialized CPST services for children. Caring professionals work with the child and his/her
CPST is an array of services provided by caring professional case managers. Services are designed to address the individualized mental health needs of people with severe and persistent mental illness who are 18-years-old or older. CPST workers focus on people's