Face-to-face intervention assist individual beneficiary
The purpose of a face-to-face intervention is to assist the beneficiary in improving his or her emotional and behavioral functioning. The clinical professional assists the individual in identifying maladaptive behaviors and cognitions, more adaptive alternatives, and learning to utilize those more adaptive behaviors and cognitions.
CHILD AND ADOLESCENT DAY TREATMENT
Structured treatment that builds on the strengths
This program includes structured treatment that builds on the strengths and addresses the identified functional problems associated with the complex conditions (mental health related) of each individual child or adolescent and family. Professional services may be delivered on an individual or group basis and is available for children 5 to 17 years of age (20 or younger for those who are eligible for Medicaid).
INTENSIVE IN-HOME SERVICES
Mental health services for youth and families
Time-limited mental health service for youth and their families, provided in the home, school, and community where the youth lives, with the goal of safely maintaining the youth in the least restrictive, most normative environment. IIHS may include a range of mental health and supportive services with the main focus of ameliorating the youth’s mental health issues and strengthening the family structures and supports.
Face-to-face intervention assist multiple beneficiaries
The purpose of a face-to-face intervention, in which several beneficiaries are involved, allows members to offer each other support, share common experiences, identify successful strategies, and challenge each other’s behaviors and cognitions. A Licensed Therapist guides the group to ensure the process is productive for all members and focuses on identified therapeutic issues.
Face-to-face intervention addresses interrelation of beneficiary’s
The purpose of a face-to-face intervention is to address the interrelation of the beneficiary’s functioning with the functioning of his or her family unit. The therapist assists the family members in developing a greater understanding of the beneficiary’s psychiatric and/or behavioral disorder and appropriate treatment for this disorder, identifying maladaptive interaction patterns between family members and how they contribute to the beneficiary’s impaired functioning, and identifying and developing competence in utilizing more adaptive patterns of interaction.