Intensive In-Home Services
Is Your Child’s Behavior Uncontrollable?
Has Everything Else You Tried Not Worked?
Dose Your Family Need Crisis Support?
Are Children Constantly Fighting In Your Home?
Are You Seeking Help For Your Child?
Is Your Family At Risk Of Being Split Apart?
- Individual and family counseling
- 24/7 crisis response
- Access to resources
- Practicing anger management skills
- Coping skills for mental illness diagnosis
- Developing problem-solving skills
Increase Self Improvement
- Life-skills training
- Improving social skills
- Develop time management skills
- Help coordinate with other services
- Assist with scheduling conflicts
The main focus of intensive in-home services is to provide frequent and structured mental health support in the home of a child who is at risk of being removed from the home. The program provides aid and assistance to the family in accessing needed services to prevent removal from the home. This can include linkage to educational services, psychiatric services, psychological services, medical services, social services and/or legal services. Intensive In-Home Services will also include interventions tailored to strengthen the family’s capacity to function effectively. This service is not intended to take the place of outpatient therapy or case management.
Mental Health Skill Building Services
- To preserve the integrity of the family
- To prevent unnecessary out-of-home placements
- To link the child and family with the appropriate community agencies and services
- To create an ongoing community support system
- To strengthen the family’s coping skills and capacity to function effectively in the home and in the community
Please Note: A minimum of one caregiver (parent or legal guardian), with whom the child is living, with intentions of keeping child in the home, must be willing to participate in the program.
Referred applicants, ages 5-18, would be deemed appropriate if they are:
- Experiencing emotional and/or behavioral difficulties that cause distress in the home
- Returning from out-of-home placement or at serious risk of out-of-home placement due to violent, aggressive, and/or uncontrollable behaviors
- Has had other services or programs that were not successful in decreasing the behaviors (school suspensions, police involvement, probation, psychiatric treatment, or hospitalization)
- Displays or engages in behavior that is dangerous, and the child does not understand that their behavior is dangerous (cutting themselves, inappropriate social behaviors, suicidal or homicidal intentions)