Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) >>
Hope Health System’s child and adolescent PRP program is goal directed, outcome focused, and time-limited interventions designed to reduce maladaptive behaviors and to restore and strengthen specific age appropriate skills so that the youth can function to their highest potential up to and including independence. PRP treatment is seen as a planned and integrated adjunct to outpatient mental health treatment, and the total plan of care or the youth. PRP includes a combination of psycho-education, emotional and behavioral awareness competency, and social skills training in groups or individually, at the agency site, or in the youth’s home or in the community.
The focus of the Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program treatment model will be directed toward the reduction of emotional or behavioral problems, and the restoration of age-appropriate skills, including:
- Facilitating the enhancement of an individual’s independent living and social skills, including the individual’s ability to make decisions about his or her life, while creating opportunities for choice regarding home, school or work, or community
- Promoting community resources to integrate the individual into the community.
Rehabilitative activities (in individual sessions, psycho-educational groups, and family groups, as appropriate) that will be incorporated in the PRP include:
- Self-care skills (i.e., hygiene, grooming, dietary planning, food preparation, age-appropriate involvement with self-administration of medication)
- Social skills (i.e., conflict resolution training, improved peer interactions, anger management, improved interactions with authority figures, assertiveness training, assessing risks in social environments)
- Independent living skills (i.e., maintaining personal living space, community awareness, mobility skills, monetary management, housekeeping, the importance of punctuality, task analyses, completion of chores, staying safe while in the community, education on age-appropriate meal preparation, doing laundry)
- Leisure and recreational activities (i.e., development of healthy leisure activities, use of leisure to develop teamwork and peer support behaviors, promotion of productive and rewarding use of time spent alone)
- Schedule planning (i.e., daily schedule planning, time management, development of daily routine, development of routine before going to bed at night to prepare for the next day)
- Cultural interests (i.e., exploration of activities that support the youth’s cultural interests by self-expression through artistic modalities)
- Age-appropriate techniques and resources to provide understanding of the role and effects of medication and symptom management; and
- Age-appropriate techniques and resources to understand basic healthy living, nutrition, exercise, sexuality, and health education/risk reduction.
Health Homes >>
HHS Health Homes Program provides hope and support by assisting clients to reach behavioral health goals, addressing somatic health and assisting with overall well being. We coordinate support and other services. Clients are assigned a care provider who helps assess and prioritize physical health needs and then creates a comprehensive care plan.
Health Homes can help with …
- Scheduling Appointments
- Health Education
- Referrals to Specialists
- Smoking Cessation
- Weight Maintenance
- Diabetes Control
- Accessing Benefits
- Transitional Care Needs
Health Homes will provide…
- Comprehensive Care Management
- Care Coordination
- Health Promotion
- Comprehensive Transitional Care
- Individual and Family Support
- Community and Social Support Referral
- In order to participate in Health Homes, clients must be currently enrolled in either our Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program or Mobile Treatment Services Program
- A Care Provider will be assigned to each client.
- Services are provided in the client’s home.
Targeted Case Management >>
HHS child and adolescent Case Management Program provides help and hope to minors with psychiatric illnesses while providing their family with support and access to resources within the community. We utilize a team approach by identifying all supports in the family’s lives and all services are family centered. Families are assigned a care coordinator whom will help assess, prioritize, and advocate for their needs while developing a supportive team of people. Families’ needs are addressed through referral to appropriate services, and through coordination of services with multiple providers and unpaid supporters. HHS will provide a wrap around services to support our client’s growth, independence, and success in their future.
- Have active medical assistance insurance
- Child and Adolescents ages 5-21.
- Have a persistent mental health diagnosis.
- At risk for out of home placement, incarceration, inpatient hospitalization, and residential treatment