The Adult Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation Center (CPRC) is designed to meet the wellness needs of seriously mentally ill individuals with disabilities in social role functioning and daily living skills. The clinical team works with individuals in their home and a variety of community settings. Caseworkers monitor all aspects of an individual’s functioning and ensure that services are in place to develop the individual’s self-sufficiency and independence.
Crisis services are available 24/7. A crisis therapist provides crisis intervention and stabilization services to address immediate needs and ensure safety for both the individual and the community.
Group therapy involves a Clinical Therapist who leads a group of 5 to 15 individuals. Group therapy sessions are available to target a specific problem, such as depression, panic disorder, social anxiety, or substance use.
HealthCare Home (HCH)
The goal of HealthCare Home is to take a “whole person” approach in providing health and wellness education, assuring members receive needed preventative and primary care by assuring members with chronic physical conditions receive the medical care they need, and assisting them in managing their chronic illnesses and accessing needed community and social supports.
Individual and Family Therapy
Person(s)-served can meet with a Clinical Therapist for individual therapy or family therapy. Sessions are planned, face-to-face, goal-oriented, therapeutic interactions with a qualified staff member in accordance with a person-centered care plan. Throughout the course of treatment, the clinical therapist monitors the person-served and meets with the clinical treatment team regularly to ensure the individual is receiving the most effective treatment available.
Integrated Treatment for Co-Occurring Disorders (ITCD)
In the ITCD Program, individuals receive combined treatment for mental illness and substance use disorders from the same practitioner or treatment team.
Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS)
Our two Intensive Residential Treatment Services (IRTS) Programs are committed to providing quality care in a way that collaboratively engages individuals to improve their overall wellness in a way that allows them to live healthy and productive lives within the community. These programs are comprised of an array of medically necessary, on-site residential services for adults whose severity and chronicity of mental illness are such that they either have struggled in multiple community settings and/or present an ongoing risk of harm to self or others, which would likely result in long-term psychiatric hospitalization. These programs provide services for adults, who are eighteen (18) years or older and meet the admission criteria for Community Psychiatric Rehabilitation (CPR).
Outpatient substance use disorders (SUD)
Adults with a substance use disorder can access Outpatient SUD Services, which include individual therapy, group therapy, group education, medication assisted treatment, and case management.
Peer Support Services are helping relationships between individuals and Peer Specialists that promote respect, trust, and warmth and empower individuals to make changes and decisions to enhance their lives. Peer Support promotes skills for coping with and managing symptoms while encouraging the use of natural supports and enhancement of community living skills.
Psychiatry services are routinely scheduled at 1 to 2 month intervals with urgent appointments available every day, if needed. All psychiatrists are board certified and supervise all work of the psychiatric nurse practitioners (PMHNP). Psychiatrists/PMHNP’s assume the responsibility for the medication aspects of mental health care, including: Psychiatric evaluations, medication management, review of complex cases where physical and mental health issues intersect, organicity, seizure disorders, psychosomatic disorders, and other medical and psychiatric related disorders. Psychiatry service appointments can be scheduled face-to-face or via telehealth.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Group
PSR services allow individuals with serious mental illness to gain the independent living, social and communication skills necessary to allow them to remain in or return to independent functioning in community settings. Group activities include the development and maintenance of necessary daily living skills, such as food planning and preparation, money management, maintenance of the living environment, development of problem-solving techniques, social skills, medication education, and symptom management. FCC Behavioral Health will provide transportation for its members to attend PSR services and activities.