Intensive In-Home services are offered to children and adolescents and is delivered by a team to the individual and their family. It focuses on case management, crisis resolution, parent education and therapy. Common goals are prevention of out-of-home therapeutic placement, hospitalizations, stabilization of the child’s current living arrangement and/or promotion of the reunification of the family to a successful level of functioning.
Outpatient Therapy is based on clinical need and available to children, adolescents and adults for whom it is determined therapy may be an effective means to reduce symptoms or eliminate impairment. Individual, family, and group therapies are available and ongoing individual sessions are offered either at the B & D office or the individual’s home.
Medication Management is provided by B & D’s psychiatrist to determine whether a medication would be helpful for the child, adolescent or adult and works with the individual over time to assess effectiveness of the medication. Proper medication can assist the individual in being better able to positively affect their mental health and fully utilize all aspects of their treatment. Common conditions treated with medication regimens are ADHD, depression, Bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety and psychotic disorders.
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Illness Management and Recovery. ... Illness Management and Recovery (IMR) is a curriculum that a specially trained mental health practitioner or specially trained consumer specialist uses to help people to develop personal strategies for coping with mental illness and moving forward with their life.