Home Based Services
Residential mental health and addiction treatment
Home Based Residential treatment Service are provided in a patient's resident.
Functional Family therapy (FFT) – FFT is a family-based prevention and intervention program that combines and integrates the following elements into a clear and comprehensive multi-systemic clinical model: established clinical theory, empirically supported principles, and extensive clinical experience. Implementation of FFT in communities focuses on training to develop therapist competence rather than simply teaching skills. FFT utilizes a systematic model of intervention phases with specific goals catered to the unique characteristics of the family interaction, thereby maximizing treatment fidelity.
Home-Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI) – HBCI provides in-home crisis services to families where a child is at imminent risk of psychiatric hospitalization or out-of-home placement. Linked to emergency rooms, these programs provide intensive in-home intervention for 4 to 6 weeks with the goals of admission diversion, teaching problem-solving skills to the family, and linking the child and family with community-based resources and supports. Caseloads are small (one counselor to two families) and access to a counselor is available 24 hours a day.
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) – HCBS is a mechanism serving the specialized needs of families with children diagnosed with severe mental illness who are at risk of out-of-home placement. “Wrap-around” services include individualized care coordination, intensive in-home services, respite care, family support services, crisis response services, and skill-building services.