This service is available for adults and children age three (3) and older with mental illness or substance related disorders.
Money Management involves getting organized and setting budgetary goals. To manage well you must learn to calculate income, prioritize your spending, and save. It is important to know exactly where your money is and how it is being spent. The purpose of this program is to promote living comfortably and saving for the future.
IIH Program Overview
In-home assessments are initiated within 48 hours of the initial referral. IIH services typically are administered in three to five month treatment plans. Treatment focuses on increased awareness of diagnosed disorders, in-depth educational based understandings of related psychiatric illnesses and strategic management plans to alleviate and/or cope with symptoms and identifying and capitalizing on pre-existing family strengths.
IIH Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible for IIH services you must have: A comprehensive clinical assessment (DSM-IV Axis I or II diagnosis) or a diagnostic assessment for the child. Insufficient or severely limited resources or skills either in the family and/or with the youth. A child that is a risk to themselves, others, or property, but does not need hospitalization. A family that is unable to cope with immediate crisis. A family that is willing and able to participate in intensive in-home services.
Intensive In Home Services
Intensive In-Home Services are appropriate for families that have a child at a high risk of out-of-home placement due to abuse, emotional disturbance, family violence, juvenile delinquency, juvenile status offenses, mental illness, neglect, or other such related factors. Intensive In-Home services provide families with an alternative to keep their homes safe and intact without out of home placement. IIH provides the following skill based interventions:
Residential Level III Services
Residential Level III Group Home Placement provides a secure setting for adolescent males between the ages of 9 and 18. Individual and group programs are designed to prepare adolescents for transition into a less restrictive environment.
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