– Eleanor Roosevelt
“With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts”
How We Provide Service
Meetings are held in the home and/or community. Family inclusion in decision making regarding the treatment of client and family’s needs. Sessions may include a youth and combination of family members. Collaboration with other professionals and services that impact the family’s life such as doctors, teachers, Legal Council, Community Advocate or United Way. Substance abuse treatment will include individual\group, and family therapy.
A client with behavioral, mental health, and/or substance abuse problems will be identified by a referring worker, a family member, or through self-referral.
The appropriate screening form(s) will be completed to assess the need for services.
An assessment(s) will be completed within fourteen days of the referral to determine a client’s eligibility for services, and to identify treatment needs.
Initial Individualized Service Plan(s) (ISP) shall be developed within 24 hours of intake and a comprehensive ISP is developed in the first 30 days of service. Goals are defined collaboratively with the family, clients, LAR and the Qualified Mental Health Professional. The Treatment Plan(s) will be modified during the course of treatment with the client and family to document and share the changing needs, behaviors, and goals.
A family with a child who is showing behavioral concerns and is at risk of intervention by social services, mental health, law enforcement, or hospitalization. Admission criteria may vary to some degree pending the extent of a client’s need, All Care’s assessment, and funding sources, which will be discussed with the contact person.
- –Family Healthcare Providers
- –Woman’s Healthcare Providers
- –Children’s Healthcare Providers
- –Community Service Providers
- –QMHP, MSW, B.S., M.Ed.
- –L.C.S.W., L.P.C
- –C.S.A.C., MSW,
- –MD, PhD