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Serenity Counseling Offers
TYPES OF SERVICES
Individuals are referred by hospitals, mental health institutions, family, friends or by self referral.
Once an individual is referred, they will be screened and scheduled for an assessment.
Our assessments identify areas of concern and collect information regarding past medical and mental health diagnoses and treatment. All assessments are completed by our licensed clinical staff.
Once the assessment is complete and method of payment has been established through insurance or private pay costs, a QMHP (Qualified Mental Health Professional) will be assigned to support the individual.
Mental Health Skill Building Services
Mental Health Skill Building (MHSB) Services are time limited services for adults ages 18 and older who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness (Bipolar Disorder, Major Depression, Schizophrenia, etc.) and are in need of assistance with developing and implementing necessary coping and daily living skills to live a healthy and functional life. These services are provided in the home for up to 15 hours per week. Sessions may be conducted using telehealth methods to support access to care during the COVID-19 pandemic. These services have proven to be most effective when provided in conjunction with outpatient therapy. Typical enrollment time before successful discharge ranges from 12-18 months on average.
Intensive In Home Services
Intensive In Home (IIH) Services are time limited services for children and adolescents ages 5 – 21 who are experiencing mental or behavioral health challenges that could lead to an out of home placement such as hospitalization, judicial involvement, or CPS involvement. These services are provided in the home for up to 10 hours per week. Sessions may be conducted using telehealth methods to support access to care during the COVID-19 pandemic. These services have proven to be most effective when provided in conjunction with outpatient therapy. Typical enrollment time before successful discharge ranges from 6-12 months on average.
Residential Crisis Stabilization Services
Residential Crisis Stabilization (RCS) Services are short term acute crisis supports that last from 5 to 15 days. These services are for individuals who may be experiencing crisis due to their mental health diagnosis. The purpose of these services is to be a buffer between crisis and hospitalization, serve as a step down service following an inpatient hospitalization, as well as provide assistance with identifying community resources to ensure ongoing stabilization. These services are provided in residential facilities that offers 24-hour supervision and support.
We accept most insurances and private pay. We will discuss all funding options with each interested person prior to admission.
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