Products & Services: Clinical Services
Living means dealing with change and life challenges. Coping with change is the key to emotional health. At times we find ourselves stuck in a web of turmoil. This turmoil, whether it is emotional or physical, affects not only us personally, but also our families and our work.
HBI’s clinical programs help you develop effective strategies in coping with daily living, mental health issues, and life stressors. These programs are brief, well focused, and dynamic, so that you can get on with your life.
Available to all members, the intake desk provides mental health information, scheduling of new appointments, and referrals.
Provides assessment, problem identification, treatment plans and recommendations, ongoing counseling, education, and referrals.
Crisis Hot Line
24/7 telephone access and crisis counseling for emergency situations. HBI's team of clinicians is staffed by licensed professionals representing various disciplines.
Substance Abuse/Gambling Assessment and Treatment
A structured outpatient program covering issues related to alcohol, illicit drugs, prescription drug abuse, and gambling. This program offers:
- Intensive treatment four times per week for four weeks
- Aftercare once a week for two or more years
- Family component once per week
- Individual and family counseling in addition to groups
- Dual diagnosis intervention including medication when needed
A structured outpatient group dealing with issues of addiction and behavioral patterns that are creating problems for the adolescent at home, school, or with peers.
An educational group for parents to help them deal with issues related to children and adolescents. It provides training and essential tools to identify problem areas and resolve issues before they escalate into a major crisis.
Parent Orientation Group
A parent group discussion that focuses on disseminating information relevant to school, education, and medical and psychological issues. Parents are encouraged to bring information with them such as school records, testing material, and medical reports.
Different groups offered on various psychological topics (i.e., co-dependency, depression, adjustment problems, etc.).
Marital and Family Counseling
For those who need to get their family, marriage, and relationship back on track.
There are times when a patient is just unable to attend therapy visits and must be evaluated at home, or a situation with a child indicating a family assessment is warranted. (Referrals to this program are processed by the HBI UM Coordinator.)
This program targets high-risk patients with special needs requiring coordinated services:
- Adolescents/children with no support system
- Unsafe living conditions
- Physical impairments that interfere with mental health treatment
- Dual diagnoses such as mental problems complicated by drug/alcohol issues
- Repeated inpatient re-admissions
- Patients with severe psychiatric problems that refuse treatment/medication management
For those in need of medication to stabilize their symptoms or provide relief from depression, anxieties, or chronic psychiatric conditions.
For those in need of 24-hour observation and stabilization for either psychiatric or chemical dependency issues.
For those in need of either stepping down from an inpatient program, or more intensive outpatient treatment, but not requiring 24-hour observation and monitoring.
Back to Work Program
Structured groups for those who are in need of special training to help them become responsible and able to enter the work force.
Independent Living Skills
Special training for those who are in need of basic living skills training (i.e., self care, education, occupational concerns, and compliance with treatment including medication).
Therapeutic Foster Care
An out-of-home placement for children and adolescents where the home situation is either chaotic or dysfunctional. Also appropriate for parents who need time out to learn how to handle their children.
Residential Treatment Center
An intermediate level of residential treatment for those in need of rehabilitative services in a structured, therapeutic, educational, and medical environment. Children and adolescents are placed at these facilities for a designated period of time, usually over one month.