Murtis Taylor Human Services System

 Phone: 216-283-4400     Fax: 216-491-9428     Release of Information Request Fax: 283-2099

 
 
 
 

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Adult Behavioral Healthcare 
 
 

Craig Guy, Residential Coordinator 

Adult Behavioral Healthcare - Buckeye T.C.

216-902-7505 #1
Diana Cifford, Clinical Supervisor

Adult Behavioral Healthcare - Detroit 

216-283-4400 Ext. 2796
Edward Omabegho, Clinical Supervisor 

Adult Behavioral Healthcare - CARES

216-283-4400 Ext. 2154
Rhonda Reid, Clinical Supervisor

Adult Behavioral Healthcare - East Cleveland   

216-283-4400  Ext. 2317
Deborah Watson, Clinical Supervisor 

Adult Behavioral Healthcare - Intake/Main

216-283-4400 Ext. 2204
Susan Wolanyk, Clinical Supervisor 

Adult Behavioral Healtcare - Fulton

216-283-4400 Ext. 2783


Diagnostic Assessment

Diagnostic Assessment is a clinical evaluation provided by a qualified clinician either at specified times, in response to treatment, or when significant changes occur.

  • Identifies existing mental health diagnosis
  • Develops treatment plan (Individualized Service Plan), if appropriate
  • Schedules appropriate treatment

 

 


Psychiatric Interview 

The service begins with a medical assessment, which involves the history of the present illnesses, past history, social history, and family history. 

  • Develops medical somatic treatment plan
  • If appropriate, identifies and prescribes appropriate medication 
  • Schedules appropriate treatment

 

 


Case Management

This service is designed to provide community support and advocacy to adults diagnosed with a severe mental illness. It assists individuals to succeed in the community by identifying, accessing, and advocating for needed services.  

  • Reduces the symptoms of psychiatric illnesses
  • Builds resilience and improves quality of life and community integration
  • Improves coping skills and strategies

Adult Counseling/Psychotherapy

A fairly structured framework provided through which adults pursue change through insight, problem solving, and behavioral intervention.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Motivational Therapy
  • Interpersonal Therapy
  • Solution Focused Therapy
  • Trauma Recovery Therapy

Pharmacological Management 

Pharmacological services provides mental health consumers with face-to-face psychiatric evaluations, psychiatric treatments, and pharmaceutical relief from psychiatric symptoms. These services are provided in a comprehensive treatment center that supports outpatient community care under the direction of the Medical Director, a licensed physician.

  • Improves or eliminates symptoms

 

 


Correctional Advocacy & Re-entry Support (CARES)

The CARES (Correctional Advocacy and Re-entry Support) is a specialized team providing Community Psychiatric Supportive Services Treatment. Adult mental health consumers returning from incarceration receive Counseling Therapy, Pharmacological Management, and Supportive Services. 

  • Reduces symptoms of psychiatric illnesses
  • Supports recovery and reduces involvement in criminal activity
  • Improves coping skills and fosters community integration

Day Treatment  (Channels)

Partial hospitalization provides highly structured, clinically intensive mental health group interventions to stabilize or increase a patient's level of functioning.  

  • Minimizes the impact of major mental illnesses in a person's life
  • Facilitates return to positive functioning and community living
  • Prevents relapses and hospitalization

Residential Treatment  (Therapeutic Commnities)

This service is designed to provide residential treatment to adults diagnosed with severe mental illnesses and who could benefit from a residential facility.

  • Reduces the symptons of psychiatric illness
  • Builds resilience and improves quality of life and community integration
  • Improves coping and daily living skills and strategies

Finanical & Budgeting Management ( Representative Payee)

This service provides budget management and payment services to disabled individuals receiving Social Security Income because they are unable to manage funds to meet daily living needs.

  • Reduces the symptoms of psychiatric illnesses
  • Builds resilience and improves quality of life and community integration
  • Improves coping and daily living skills and strategies