Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS)

CCSS provides services to individuals and families with the goal of promoting recovery, rehabilitation and resiliency.  CCSS program offers skills development in the following areas; independent living, learning, working, socialization and recreation. CCSS providers can serve clients in their homes, schools and communities.

Behavior Management Services (BMS)

BMS is intended for children and adolescents that present with a diagnosed behavioral health condition are at risk of out-of-home placement due to unmanageable behaviors in the home or within the community; youth that require behavioral management intervention to avoid inpatient/residential treatment. BMS services are provided with the goal of maintaining clients in their home and community through increasing youths’ ability to function effectively in their community with positive life, social, and behavioral skills.  A trained BMS provider provides 1:1 services through coaching and training.

Assertive Community Treatment (ACT)

ACT is a program designed to deliver a full range of services to individuals who have been diagnosed with severe disabling mental illnesses.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR)

PSR is an adult mental health day program. Group activity is structured and provided by mental health professionals that ensure a safe and nurturing environment for consumers. Consumers learn new or improve acquired skills to utilize in the community and assist with wellness and recovery.

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Comprehensive Community Support Services

CCSS provides services to individuals and families with the goal of promoting recovery, rehabilitation and resiliency.  CCSS program offers skills development in the following areas; independent living, learning, working, socialization and recreation. CCSS providers can serve clients in their homes, schools and communities.

Target Population

CCSS may be provided to adults, children and adolescents that meet the following criteria:

  • Children (5-18 years old) that are at risk of/or experiencing Serious Emotional/Neurobiological/Behavioral Disorders; (SED)
  • Adults (18 and over) with Severe Mental Illness; (SMI)
  • Individuals with a chronic substance abuse
  • Individuals with a co-occurring disorder (mental illness/substance abuse) and/or dually diagnosed with a primary diagnosis or mental illness

Behavior Management Services

BMS is intended for children and adolescents that present with a diagnosed behavioral health condition are at risk of out-of-home placement due to unmanageable behaviors in the home or within the community; youth that require behavioral management intervention to avoid inpatient/residential treatment. BMS services are provided with the goal of maintaining clients in their home and community through increasing youths’ ability to function effectively in their community with positive life, social, and behavioral skills.  A trained BMS provider provides 1:1 services through coaching and training

Target population

Behavioral Management Services are intended for individuals under the age of 21 that are diagnosed with a behavioral health condition and:

  • Are at risk for out-home residential placement due to unmanageable behavior at home or within the community;
  • Need behavior management intervention to avoid inpatient hospitalizations or residential treatment;
  • Require behavior management support following an institutional or out-of-home placement as a transition to maintain the client in her or his home and community.

Assertive Community Treatment

Assertive Community Treatment, or ACT, is a program designed to deliver a full range of services to individuals who have been diagnosed with severe disabling mental illnesses.

ACT’s goal is to provide care within the community to empower consumers to lead a life that is not dominated by mental illness.

How does ACT Work?

  • ACT consists of a team of Psychiatrists, Nurses, Therapists and other mental health providers that work together to enhance the mental and physical well being of consumers.
  • ACT works to provide services in the community and home where support is needed most.
  • ACT provides a broad range of services and supports to consumers for as long as it is needed.
  • ACT provides individualized care to each consumer based on personal needs and their level of functioning.
  • ACT services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What services does ACT provide?

  • Comprehensive assessments and follow–ups
  • Psychiatric care & coordination of other health services
  • Substance abuse treatment
  • Mental health treatment
  • Intensive case management
  • Medication monitoring
  • Skills training for activities of daily living
  • Coordination of community resources
  • Assist in the development of social support systems
  • ACT 24 hour crisis hotline

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

PSR is an adult mental health day program. Group activity is structured and provided by mental health professionals that ensure a safe and nurturing environment for consumers. Consumers learn new or improve acquired skills to utilize in the community and assist with wellness and recovery.