Creative Change Counseling provides an array of treatment services that will be afforded in accordance with the mission of the agency. Creative Change Counseling will serve as a community based resource for individuals in need of mental health services. In such regard, Creative Change Counseling will also form collaborative relationships with community partners, agencies, and institutions of care to establish a resource bank, in addition to, the services Creative Change Counseling provides.
Intensive In-Community (IIC/BA)
Intensive In-Community Service (IIC) is an analytical, focused goal oriented, and needs based clinical intervention that addresses emotional and behavioral challenges of youth with moderate to high needs. It may be provided in a youth’s home or in an amenable community location by a licensed behavioral health clinician and is intended to stabilize and support the youth and family in an effort to deter more intensive interventions and to support the youth and family in collaboration with the Child Family Team (CFT) or identified support system.
Behavioral Assistance services help the family and youth to develop and practice healthy and positive coping strategies and techniques. The intervention focuses on addressing target behaviors and improving overall emotional, behavioral regulation abilities. Youth who respond positively to Behavioral Assistance Services should exhibit sustainable positive behavioral changes that reflect improved daily functioning, enhance the quality of life and strengthen skills in a variety of life domains including but not limited to:
- Physical and emotional well-being;
- Interpersonal communications and relationships;
- Socialization behaviors and activities;
- Behavioral conduct;
- Healthy coping strategies and behaviors;
Drug & Alcohol Counseling
A workshop training series for teenagers desiring to successfully enter work force!
The 16-week group series is designed to prepare young individuals to obtain and develop the necessary skillset for a successful work experience. The program is designed specifically for teenagers interested in securing and maintaining employment. The workshop will utilize a structured curriculum that will provide participants with an opportunity to receive instruction and practical training within the following domains:
- Enthusiasm & Attitude
- Problem Solving & Critical
- Interview Writing &
Psycho-Educational Groups & Workshops
These groups offers a safe environment for individuals to develop insight about themselves and their relationship patterns, identify and explore feelings, receive support and feedback, and experiment with new ideas and behaviors.
Provided to clients who present with minimal risk and service need. Designed to treat the consumer’s assessed level of illness severity and to achieve permanent changes in dysfunctional behavior. Outpatient treatment services will be provided within the office setting and will be inclusive minimally of one individual and one group session per week. Individuals receiving outpatient treatment will not exceed more than 9 service hours per week.
Integrity Outpatient Treatment
Provided to clients who present with medium-high risk service needs. Designed to treat the consumer’s assessed level of severity and to achieve permanent changes in dysfunctional behavior. Intensive Outpatient Treatment Needs for psychiatric and medical services are addressed through consultation and referral arrangements. This service is provided in 9 or more hours of structured counseling and education services per week.
Care Maintenance Services (Aftercare)
These services will be provided to individuals who have been successfully discharged from OP or IOP that would benefit from occasional monitoring. These individuals will have access to monthly to quarterly “booster” sessions as outline within their discharge and aftercare plan.