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.
Risks for out-of-home placement could include aggression, defiance, noncompliance, truancy, or parenting limitations. Intensive In-home is home-based and is intended to be a short-term service.
Services may include:
- Initial assessment and diagnosis
- Individual and family counseling at a minimum of 5 hours per week in the home and community
- Crisis support and response 24/7
- Parental skills training and behavioral modification interventions
- Individualized treatment plans that address identified needs
- Assistance with accessing and navigating community resources
- Advocacy within the medical, educational, social service and psychiatric systems
- Frequent communication and collaboration with associated professionals and treatment team members
Who is Eligible:
- Ages 4-18 that are at-risk of an out-of-home placement
- Youth who are transitioning back into the home from an out-of-home placement
- Families who are willing to cooperate with IIH counselor and commit to at least 5 hours per week in the home to support the therapeutic process
We accept Medicaid, self-pay and CSA funding. To initiate services or get additional information please contact Carolyn Ruhlen, Executive Director, at (540) 760-5708 or click here to complete the form.