Intensive In-Home (IIH) is a program designed to wrap-around a child and their family in crisis to bring stability and maintain the child in the home environment. This program is a stabilization and preventative service focused on children or adolescents who are at –risk to be removed from their home environment.
Intensive In-Home Services
Mental Health Support
Connections provides home based behavior treatment services for children and adolescents under the age of 21 who demonstrate significant impairment in adaptive functioning that is related to either developmental delays or other health conditions.
Outpatient services are designed to provide therapeutic interventions to individuals who feel the need to address emotional, behavioral and psychological concerns. The focus of outpatient psychotherapy is to improve an individual’s well-being and functioning.
Therapeutic Day Treatment Services is a school-based support service designed to increase the success rate of youth with mental health and behavioral problems for school-aged children. The overall objective for this program is to reduce school-based disciplinary issues, encourage positive emotional responses, reduce absenteeism, and increase student academic performance, increase parental support, and engineer successful, cooperative relationships with peers, parents and educators.