Intensive In-Home Services

Services are geared for individuals ages 5-21 in order to prevent the need for an out-of-home placement such as foster care, psychiatric hospitalization, group home, residential program, correctional placement, and/or to assist with the transition back into the home from any of the aforementioned placements. Traditionally, clients receive 8-10 hours per week (up to 15 in the case of a crisis situation) of evidence-based, solution-focused interventions based on individual strengths and limitations essential to restore the family to an acceptable level of functioning. Services are initiated immediately upon receiving the referral (within 24 hours) and last for approximately 6-9 months. Counselors are available to the clients 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Treatment is designed to assist the client while maintaining a healthy functioning family system. Generally, services include, but are not limited to:

  • Individualized treatment plans and customized therapeutic interventions collaboratively devised with the individual, guardian, Intensive In-Home worker, and collateral agencies involved in treatment
  • A multitude of dynamic treatment modalities including, but not limited to: mental health and substance abuse evaluations, individual and family counseling, therapeutic mentoring, parenting skills, behavior management, 24 hour on call crisis response and stabilization, relapse prevention training, personal care education, conflict resolution, anger management, supervised visitation, and discharge planning.
  • Coordination of care across settings (home, school, work, and the community)
  • Concentration on all domains of functioning to include social, emotional, cognitive, and physical
  • Identify triggers, cues, and symptoms
  • Advocacy in court
  • 24 hour crisis intervention
  • Address areas such as: mental health and substance abuse symptoms, parenting skills training, crisis response, school attendance and other school-related issues, alcohol and drug use issues, delinquent behaviors such as gang violence, anger management, blended family issues, and conflict resolution.


Outpatient Treatment

We have a range of outpatient services for individuals and families. These services can also be used as a step down service from Intensive In-Home Services or in conjunction with Intensive In-Home Services. Treatments services include, but are not limited to:

  • Substance Abuse Counseling: Alcohol and drug education and treatment focusing on triggers, cravings and relapse prevention, planning for sobriety, 12 step fellowships, stress and emotional well-being, negative emotions, anger, and communication
  • Certified Sex Offender Therapy: Service delivery is congruent to Best Practice Model of treatment and is determined by level of Risk, Need and Responsivity (RNR) of client. Services include a weekly group component as well as additional services determined during assessment phase of treatment which constitutes the initial 90-days in care.
  • Trauma Informed Care: Structure and treatment framework involves understanding, recognizing, and responding to the effects of all types of trauma. Trauma Informed Care also emphasizes physical, psychological and emotional safety for both clients and providers and helps survivors rebuild a sense of control and empowerment.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): Focuses on a psychotherapeutic approach that examines the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors while bringing awareness to inaccurate or negative thinking.
  • Anger Management groups and/or individual sessions: These services monitor anger on a weekly basis, implement anger control plans, educate clients on the aggression cycle, and teach assertiveness, conflict resolution, and relaxation techniques.
  • Parenting Skills: Lessons are taught by Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educators and focus on teaching parents mutual respect, identifying the belief behind the behavior, effective communication and problem-solving skills, discipline that teaches, finding solutions instead of punishing, and encouragement. For more information on Positive Discipline please visit:
  • Behavioral interventions for those diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder: Centers on verbal operant programs, social skills, language skills, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and decreasing non-compliant and undesirable behaviors.
  • Therapeutic Mentoring: Geared for clients who are in need of support, coaching, and training with teachings in alternative coping strategies, behavior rehearsal, skill acquisition, improved social skills, and enhanced conflict resolution skills.
  • Independent living education: Explore such topics as debt management, conservation, budgeting, hygiene, holistic health and wellness, nutrition, personal responsibility, job readiness, community resources, housing, public transportation, communication, and effective relationships.

In addition to the above programs, we are also able to tailor treatment so that it is customized to best fit the needs of the client.