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Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program-Adults:
Serves adults with mental health diagnoses utilizing a variety of strength-based, person-centered modalities, including psychoeducation, motivational interviewing, cognitive-behavioral, and trauma-informed interventions. Based on clients’ needs and preferences, specific areas of focus might include anger management, coping skills, grief and loss, healthy relationships, housing, parenting, vocational and educational planning, as well as, legal and safety issues.
A variety of services and modalities are available, based on clients’ goals as reflected in their assessments and rehabilitation plans. A range of activities is available with a focus on developing leadership skills, social skills, conflict management, behavior management, as well as, educational and vocational skills. Also, physical health maintenance and diet management, as well as, activities to enhance community integration such as leisure, recreational and cultural activities are aspects of the comprehensive planning provided. T
These services are provided during structured, face-to-face services to support and provide guidance to enhance or restore community living and interpersonal skills, de-escalation during crises, and ensure linkage to community services and resources. A range of individual and group treatment options and supports are available to help clients achieve their goals and maintain community integration.
Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program-Minors:
Serves children with mental health diagnoses to address the identified needs of children and adolescents who, due to persistent emotional or behavioral symptoms, are not able to maintain stable adjustments at school, in the community, or at home without intensive interventions. The parent or legal caregiver must be an active participant in treatment interventions for children and adolescents. The goal of treatment is to reduce the presenting mental health symptoms, provide first responder intervention to diffuse the current crisis, ensure linkage to community services and resources, and to prevent out of home placement for the child whenever possible. If co-occurring substance abuse issues are identified, appropriate interventions will be included in the treatment plan.
Individualized services are developed in full partnership with the family. Generally, services are more intensive at the beginning of treatment and decrease over time as skills are developed and practiced, resulting in improved stability and relationships. Services are delivered to children and adolescents in their own homes and community settings. Psychoeducation and modeling are a focus in working with family and caregivers.
The first step to start services with Bright Futures Ahead is to complete our general referral form. You may complete this form for yourself and/or a responsible party. To access the form, please select the link below.