Adult Behavioral Health Programs
Home Nursing Agency's Adult Behavioral Health Programs were accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) in March 2013. Accreditation by ACHC reflects an organization’s dedication and commitment to meeting standards that facilitate a higher level of performance and patient care.
- Psychiatric group therapy designed to increase independence and self-efficiency and reduce the need for inpatient treatment.
- Individual goals are developed.
- Interventions available are insight-oriented therapies (cognitive/behavioral); symptom management (depression, anxiety, thought disorders); skill building (anger management, assertiveness); coping skills; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT); psycho-educational; psychotherapy; co-occurring disorders.
- Medication management is also available for those individuals admitted to the program.
Blended Case Management – Adults:
- This program provides services to adults with a serious and persistent mental illness.
- Services include assessment of strengths and needs, service/goal planning and referrals to resources.
- Services also include coordinating and linking the individual to services and resources in the community.
Drug & Alcohol:
- Partial hospital, intensive outpatient, individual and group outpatient and aftercare to individuals in need of treatment for chemical dependency and abuse.
- Group, individual and family sessions provide education regarding addiction, recovery issues and relapse prevention.
- Twelve Step recovery programs are strongly encouraged, as an adjunct to treatment.
- Co‐occurring treatment.
- DUI Groups.
Mobile Psych Rehab (MPR):
- This program consists of two (2) separate services. These two services work individually and as a team toward recovery with the individual receiving services.
- An RN works with individuals on medication management, symptom management, medication information, coping mechanisms, community resources and other applicable areas.
- An MPR specialist works on coping mechanisms, goal planning, life skills training, community involvement, and many other areas to assist the individual in becoming independent.