ADULT mental health services

Adult Mental Health

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

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Adult services at HamiltonDavis Mental Health provides the highest level, full array of services with the primary focus on services for severely and persistently mentally ill individuals. There are times when stress, trauma, loss and other circumstances can lead to disharmony, depression, anxiety, confusion, family problems, chronic pain and even serious mental health challenges.  

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

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Home and Community Support Services provide an array of support services delivered by community-based, Community Support Specialist who specializes in adults with serious mental illness. These services will vary with respect to hours, type and intensity of services, depending on the changing needs of each individual. The purpose of Community Support Services are to provide specific, measurable, and individualized services to each person served. The primary focus is the individual’s ability to succeed in the community; to identify and access needed services and to show improvement. These services are to provide person-centered guidance for supporting adults with challenging behaviors, regardless of their disability and to promote consistent and effective services and supports in different settings and circumstances. 

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

Home and Community Support for Adults with Serious Mental Illness

Psychosocial Rehabilitation Services

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Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services (PSR) consists of a network of services designed to support and restore community functioning and well-being of adults with a serious and persistent mental illness. The purpose of the program is to promote recovery, resiliency, and empowerment of the individual in his/her community. Program activities aim to improve reality orientation, social skills and adaptation, coping skills, effective management of time and resources, task completion, community and family integration, vocational and academic skills, and activities to incorporate the individual into independent community living; as well as to alleviate psychiatric decompensation, confusion, anxiety, disorientation, distraction, preoccupation, isolation, withdrawal and feelings of low self-worth.

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Outpatient Therapy for Adults with Serious Emotional Disturbances

Outpatient Therapy Services to an  individual, family or group where a therapeutic relationship is established to help serious mental illness; and Intensive Outpatient Psychiatric Services for adults with  serious mental illness (SMI).  Based on a wraparound model, this service is a time- limited, intensive family intervention intended to diffuse the current crisis,  evaluate its nature, and intervene to reduce the likelihood of a recurrence. The  ultimate goal is to stabilize the living  arrangement, promote reunification or  prevent the utilization of out-of-home therapeutic resources (i.e., psychiatric  hospital, therapeutic foster care, and residential treatment facility).