Our treatment programs and services are solution-focused, not just for the individual, but also the family and the community as a whole. They help our clients learn effective coping strategies in dealing with daily living, life stressors, mental health, and addiction issues. Our clients can receive one or a combination of the following services based on their treatment plan:
It is the collaborative process and a unique, confidential relationship between the individual and the counselor, to provide guidance in identifying, assessing, and finding resolution to problems, and issues that affect self-esteem, self-confidence, school, job, or relationships. It involves a face-to-face initial evaluation, assessment, problem identification, treatment recommendations, ongoing counseling, education, and in some occasions, referral to other behavioral or medical health providers that may involve case management for high-risk cases.
Also referred to sometimes as relationship counseling where the individual and their partner, spouse, child, or parent learn better relationship and communication skills to manage and reconcile problematic differences and recurring distress. It is solution-focused and targets specific coping strategies in order to deal with issues that affect the family and/or relationship.
To help teens and adults who are suffering from alcohol, drug, gambling and or other life challenging addictions, this program is designed to provide individuals and their families with a "therapeutic community" guiding them through long term healing, achieving and maintaining abstinence and recovery from addiction. This program offers:
Co-Occurring Disorder Endorsement Capable
Level-1 Adolescent Outpatient Services
Level-2.1 Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Services
Level-1 Adult Outpatient Services
Level-2.1 Adult Intensive Outpatient Services
In addition to counseling, clients who need medication to stabilize their symptoms or provide relief from depression, anxieties, or chronic psychiatric conditions are referred by their therapists for further psychiatric evaluation and medication management.
Base on the treatment plan formulated during the initial mental health evaluation, the counselor may recommend PSR (psychosocial rehabilitation) or BST (basic skills training) services for the patient. Under the direction of the counselor/therapist or PSR Supervisor, the RMH (also known as PSR) Worker will work with the patient and the family to achieve the specific goals identified in the treatment plan. These services are rendered at home and therefore, it is required that a member of the family over the age of 18 must be present during the visit.
In addition, and perhaps more importantly, it involves working with the parent(s) and the family, to strengthen healthy practices and habits that are effective in building strong and consistent parenting, and resilient homes. It also includes addressing school success and behavioral needs in the school environment (such as IEP’s, 504’s, and behavior plans). Every session is documented by the PSR Worker and reviewed regularly with the lead counselor/therapist and PSR Supervisor.
Designed to help senior adults, aged 65 and older, deal with the stress and cumulative losses associated with the aging process. HBI’s Renaissance Program recognizes a population with varying degrees of special needs during their golden years. Declining emotional, physical, and financial capabilities as well as the loss of family and friends often lead to various forms of depression. This program not only helps senior adults but also provide support to their care-givers.
When appropriate, our patients can also receive and participate in the following specialized services as part of their wrap-around treatment plan:.