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

 
 
 
 

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Adult Community Mental Health

& Addiction Services

 
 
Mor Rondto Roberts, Manager
Integrated Behavioral Health & Substance Use Disorder Treatment
216-283-4400 Ext. 2241
Michael Rhoades, Manager
Intensive Case Management
216-283-4400 Ext. 2140
Craig Guy, Facility Coordinator
Residential Services
216-283-4400 Ext. 2872
Carol Chappelle, Manager
Day Treatment Services
216-283-4400 Ext. 2608


Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluation

Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluations are completed by a qualified clinician to obtain information on psychosocial history, cultural and ethnic influences, presenting problems and diagnostic impressions.  These evaluations can be conducted at the beginning of treatment, when the client’s needs change or when significant life changes occur. At the completion of an evaluation the clinician will:

  • Diagnose emotional and/or development disorders
    Develop treatment plan (Individualized Service Plan), if appropriate
    Recommend appropriate treatment

Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluation with Medical 

Psychiatric diagnostic Evaluation with Medical are completed by a qualified medical provider to obtain information on psychosocial history, cultural and ethnic influences, presenting problems and diagnostic impressions.  This evaluation can be conducted at the beginning of treatment, when the client’s needs change or when significant life changes occur. At the completion of an evaluation the medical provider will: 

  • Develop medical somatic treatment recommendations
  • Identifies and prescribes appropriate medication
  • Recommend additional appropriate treatment

Case Management

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

  • Reduce the symptoms of psychiatric illnesses
  • Build resilience and improves quality of life and community integration
  • Improve coping skills and strategies

Adult Counseling/Psychotherapy

Pyschotherapy utilizes a fairly structured framework of therapeutic techniques through which adults pursue change by developing or furthering their insight, problem solving, and behavioral intervention. Psychotherapy utilities:

  • 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 Case Management. 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)

Day Treatment 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 Community)

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

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

Therapy

Intensive Case Management

Intensive Case Management services are provided to consumers with severe and persistent mental illness who have been released from the State Hospital System and are most at risk of homelessness and or experience multiple re-hospitalizations.  Consumers are seen more frequently and receive more interventions than those associated with traditional case management.  Consumers are provided mental health treatment and linked to community-based services. 

  • Reduce symptoms of psychiatric illness and re-hospitalizations
  • Support Recovery and reduce recidivism back into homelessness and or re-hospitalization 
  • Improve coping skills and foster community integration

Counseling

Outpatient Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment - Integrated SUD/MH for Adults

Outpatient Treatment and Intensive Outpatient Treatment focus on individuals with co-occurring disorders at every level of care. Some clients have serious and persistent mental illness and others have relatively stable disorders of mild to moderate severity. The service utilizes procedures for screening, assessing, enrolling clients and referring clients to external services.

  • Preventing Relapse (return to substance use)
  • Preventing Crises
  • Maintaining Engagement in Treatment

Case Management  - Integrated SUD/MH for Adults

Case Management offers the client a single point of contact within the Health and Human Services System and consolidates a single point of responsibility across providers. The approach is often community-based, integrating formal and informal care resources. Case Managers understand the natural course of addiction and recovery and attempt to foresee challenges, to understand the options available to manage challenges, and to take appropriate action. In some instances, the Case Manager may intervene directly; in others, the Case Manager will take action to ensure that another person on the care team intervenes as needed.

  • Reducing Risk of Relapse (return to substance use)
  • Improving Follow up and Utilization of Supportive Services
  • Maintaining Coping and Daily Functioning

Crisis Intervention - Integrated SUD/MH for Adults 

Crisis Intervention focuses on immediate relief and assisting the client to cope with severe physical, emotional, mental or behavioral distress that could lead to relapse (return to substance use) or other negative outcomes.  Crisis Intervention is a specific and time-limited form of brief intervention which deals with situations and individuals in distress and in some cases harming themselves and/or those around them without their full knowledge of the situation.   Crisis Intervention will address co-occurring problems of mental illness, physical illness or incarceration in the context of the current situation. 

  • Reducing Risk of Relapse (return to substance use)
  • Eliminating Distress of Current Situation and Preventing Negative Outcomes
  • Engaging or Reengaging into Treatment