Medication Training & Support
Medication training and support services consist of education and guidance about medications and their possible side effects. It is curriculum-based training and guidance that serves as an initial orientation for the person in understanding the nature of his/her mental illnesses or emotional disturbances and the role of medications in ensuring symptom reduction and increased tenure in the community.
Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services
Psychosocial rehabilitative services are social, behavioral, and cognitive interventions provided by members of a person’s therapeutic team that build on strengths and focus on restoring the person’s ability to develop and maintain social relationships, occupational or educational achievement, and other independent living skills that are affected by or the result of a serious mental illness in persons who are 17 years of age and older.
Skills Training and Development
Skills training and development is training provided to an eligible person, the LAR, or primary caregiver on behalf of an eligible adult, child, or youth.
For youth with a mental health diagnosis, we offer counseling in a format best suited to the client. For example, young people who are over-stimulated by groups of other children; who have difficulty in managing themselves in a group environment; and who need time to build a relationship of trust with a counselor, we offer Intensive In-home Counseling in the client’s home. Each session lasts a minimum of three hours, three to five times a week.
Crisis intervention services are intensive community-based one-to-one services provided to persons who require services to control acute symptoms that place the person at immediate risk of hospitalization, incarceration, or placement in a more restrictive treatment setting. This service includes assessment, behavioral skills training, problem-solving, and reality orientation to help a person identify and manage their symptoms of mental illness, and cope with stressors.
Day Programs for Acute Needs
Day programs for acute needs provide short term, intensive treatment to an eligible persons who is 18 years of age or older and who requires multidisciplinary treatment to stabilize acute psychiatric symptoms or prevent admission to a more restrictive setting. Day program services are a site-based treatment provided in a group modality
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All positions in Medical Addiction Treatment require extensive credentials, licensing and board certifications please contact about services. All mental health positions requires a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in a human services field and at least one year of experience in a social work or a clinical setting. The candidate must meet all state requirements regarding criminal record history, central registry search, and must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license with a good driving record. Must be able to respect client’s right to confidentiality. Internships available
Monday - Friday
9:30am - 4:30pm
FOR OUTPATIENT SERVICES HOURS VARY
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