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We Connect our clients to programs that offer:
Mental Health Skill-Building Services (MHSS) enables individuals to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in a less restrictive environment. Our treatment model trains individuals to develop independent living skills such as maintaining personal hygiene, adequate nutrition, managing finances, medication management, mental stability and maintaining physical condition. Individuals eligible for this service may have a dual diagnosis of a mental illness and intellectual disability, or mental illness and substance use disorder. Mental Health Skill-Building Services can be a key component to enhance the community and individuals' lives.
Outpatient Therapy helps our clients through the use of various treatment approaches for depression management, anger management, relationship issues, life stage problems, and much more.
Crisis Stabilization provides immediate mental health care, to assist individuals in situations that display behavior that puts them at risk of hurting themselves or others. Services are utilized to meet people in crisis and connect them to a behavioral health specialist 24 hours per day 365 days a year.
Our agency accepts Medicaid plans through the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS). Family Insight also serves clients referred to us through local funding sources in localities throughout Virginia.
We Partner with:
KJLN: Crisis Stabilization and Case Management
Mary's House: Crisis Inpatient (Will be available soon!)
Medicaid recipient with a mental health diagnosis (i.e depression, schizophrenia)
Prescribed psychotropic medication in the last 12 months, (even if non-compliant)
Recent or history of psychiatric hospitalizations
Impairment in major life activities - to include daily living skills
In need of assistance to develop and maintain community stability and independence
Difficulty with interpersonal relationships, isolation, and the ability to recognize personal danger or inappropriate social behavior
Have received repeated interventions from mental health services, social services, or the judicial system