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CHILD & ADOLESCENT SERVICES
ADULT SERVICES
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
The Children's Central Intake Unit is the gateway into our programs serving children between the ages of 3-17. The intake process begins with referrals via telephone or face-to-face contact and is accomplished by a comprehensive initial evaluation. Consumers and families are then referred to an appropriate service within the agency or to an outside agency.
The Adult Intake Unit is the entry point into adult outpatient services where an initial intake assessment is performed and followed with an evaluation provided by Masters level clinicians and licensed psychiatrists respectively. Adults can also be admitted into various programs by referral from DBH or CBH.
The Educational Services Division's Mission is to provide a safe and structured educational environment where children and adolescents can be nurtured. We bring passion and commitment to the children in our care and understand and appreciate their differences and challenges. We recognize the "diamond in the rough" and seek to resuscitate the resilient spirit within.

RECOVERY PATHS

Recovery Paths believes that Recovery is a SELF DETERMINED and HOLISTIC journey that PEOPLE undertake to heal and grow.

  • It is facilitated by RELATIONSHIPS and ENVIRONMENTS that provide HOPE, EMPOWERMENT, CHOICES, and OPPORTUNITIES that allow people to reach their fullest potential as contributing members within their community.
  • Recovery Paths provides therapeutic groups that are tailored to treat, identify, and understand Mental Health and Co-occurring disorders.
  • Recovery Paths goals are to encourage motivate and teach individuals on effective ways to live a fulfilling and productive life.
  • Our model is designed to provide persons with an individual choice to determine what groups fit their personal RECOVERY needs.
  • Recovery Paths utilizes a bio-psychosocial model that combines biological, social, and behavioral knowledge to assess and treat seriously and persistently mentally ill adults in a day setting.
Recovery Paths offers the following Psychosocial & Psycho-education groups:
  • Job Training/Vocational Development - Culinary; Janitorial/House Keeping; Computer Workshops; Clerical; and Customer Service
  • Co-Occurring groups - deals with trauma, symptoms, and behaviors as it relates to mental illness and substance abuse.
  • Peer Support - Group designed specifically for peers to receive and provide supports for one another (absence of staff)
  • Art Therapy - Utilize art media, images, the creative art process and patient/client responses create products as reflections of their interests, concerns, and conflicts.
  • Wellness Recovery Action Plan (WRAP)/ Illness Management/Medication Management-Structured systems tools and techniques for monitoring uncomfortable and distressing systems that may, through planned responses, reduce or eliminate those systems.
  • Self Awareness, Self Esteem, Self Assertiveness, Anger Management, Stress/Anger Management, Coping Skills, Effective Communication, Creative Expression, Grief Counseling, Trauma Counseling, Relationship counseling, Health and Hygiene, Life Skills, and Socialization.


DETAILS
Recovery Paths services adults ages 18-45 (although admission is determined by willingness and capability to actively participate in recovery) 

Contact the Recovery Paths Program at  (267) 295-8843 to schedule an appointment for intake.

Participants are expected to participate in their recovery 2-5 days per week depending on need. Sherryce Valentine, Program Director, will assist with program admissions.

Location: Main Office