An assigned mental health case manager aid in the linking and coordination of multiple services necessary in their overall well being such as: medical, behavioral, social, and other services appropriate to their needs. The case manager is considered the “bridge” between the family and an array of services
team approach designed to
address the identified needs of children and adolescents who due to services and
chronic symptoms of emotional, behavioral, or substance use disorder and are unable
to remain stable in the community. The team goes to an array of school meetings,
provide support during legal issues, facility family group sessions, coordination of
services between other medical, behavioral, social, and other services appropriate to
Medication prescribed by a licensed medical provider which comprised mental, physical, and
opiate addition; educate members of their medication and sides effects; monitoring
and management are the primary focus of the medical provider and the individual
parting to reach the desired treatment outcome.
Structured and scheduled activities for adults age 18
and older with substance and mental health disorder to help in the recovery process
and allow the individual the opportunity to learn to manage their own recovery and
advocacy process. Peers help with social activities, education, employment, housing,
pre/post crisis support, and other self-help activities.
Treatment services for adults who required structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery from their addictions.
This service must operate at least 20 hours per week and offer a minimum of 4 hours of scheduled services per day, with availability at least 5 days per week.
individual and group addiction activities and services that are provide at an
outpatient program designed to assist adolescent and adult who are struggling with
additions to begin recovery and learn skills for recovery maintenance. Must attend 3 hours daily and is offered 3 days a week.
Treatment includes as wide variety of program for patients who visit a behavioral
health counselor on a regular schedule.
A diagnostic/comprehensive clinical assessment (CCA) is a clinical evaluation performed by a licensed provider to:
Assess the individual's presenting mental, developmental disability, and/or substance abuse conditions and symptoms.
Assist the clinician in gathering the information essential to arriving at a clinical diagnosis and forming a clinical opinion about a recommended course of action in terms of services, support and treatment.
Determine whether an individual is appropriate for and can benefit from services.
- Is a Team approach which Aid individuals 18
years and old with mental illness and or substance disorder; who has complex and
extended treatment needs such as: medical, behavioral, social, and other services
like housing, homelessness, food bank, etc..
Most of our service are provided within the community so if
transportation is an issue for you, it is not one for us we will come to you.
Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare, BCBS, Aetna, United
Health Care; Eastpointe IPRS funds for the uninsured.