CHOICES

Services

Adult Services

Outpatient Clinical Services

These services include mental health assessments as well as individual and group counseling based upon consumer's needs.

Community Integration Services

Community Support Services are offered to adults age 18 and older who have a qualifying mental health diagnosis. This includes identification, assessment, planning, monitoring, and evaluation of and linking to appropriate services based on individual consumer's need. Community Integration workers identify the consumer's medical, social, residential, educational, emotional, and other related needs and refer them to these services. They then serve as a liason between these services to advocate for the consumer and promote continuity of care. In addition, the Community Integration workers provide problem solving supports to assist in management of symptoms of impairment and delivery of crisis intervention and resolution as needed.

Skills Development Services

Skills Development Services are offered to adults age 18 and older who have a qualifying mental health diagnosis. This service is a teaching based service designed to assist consumers to increase their level of independence by learning and practicing necessary skills. Consumers will learn to access community resources and connect with supports in order to achieve goals and learn to live more independently. Skills Development includes training in areas of budgetting, symptom management and accessing transportation, educational, social and therapeutic activities.

Children's Services

Outpatient Clinical Services

These services include mental health assessments as well as individual and group counseling based upon consumer's needs.

Therapeutic Foster Care

CHOICES is a licensed child placing agency that works with licensed and contracted foster homes to provide youth in foster care with services which may include case management, therapy and behavioral supports. In addition, the agency provides training, assistance and support to the foster homes where these youth reside.

2013-11-06