Case Management

Case Management:

a. Monitor client's well-being and adjust status based on changes needs and conditions

b. Investigate or examine client's options to achieve goals and plans

c. Link client to services and community resources

d. Coordinate with mental health and medical providers and other professionals to ensure families and individuals receive proper assistance

e. Refer and assist needy individuals and families to appropriate establishments such as financial assistance, general assistance, social security, MTM, etc.

Basic skills training

Basic skills training:

- Basic living and self-care skills: client learn how to manage their daily lives, recipients learn safe and appropriate behaviours

- Social skills: Client learn how to identify and comprehend the physical, emotional and interpersonal needs of others-recipients learn how to interact with others

- Communication skills: Recipients learn how to communicate their physical, emotional and interpersonal needs to others. Recipients learn how to listen and identify needs of others

- Parental training: Parental training teaches the client's parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) BST techniques. The objective is to help parents continue the client's Rehabilitative Mental Healthcare in their home and community settings. Parental training must target the restoration of client's cognitive and behavioral mental health impairment needs. Parental training must be recipient centered

- Organisation and time management skills: clients learn how to manage and prioritize their daily activities

- Transitional living skills: clients learn necessary skills to begin partial independent and/or fully independent lives.

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Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR):

- Behavior management: teach clients how to manage their interpersonal, emotional, cognitive and behavioral responses to various situations. They learn how to positively reflect anger, manage conflicts and express their frustration verbally. They learn the dynamic relationship between actions and consequences

- Social competency: clients learn interpersonal-social boundaries and gain confidence in their interpersonal-social skills

- Problem identification and resolution: Clients learn problem resolution techniques and gain confidence in their problems solving skills

- Effective communication: Clients learn how to genuinely listen to others and make their personal, interpersonal, emotional, and physical needs known

- Moral reasoning: Clients learn culturally relevant moral guidelines and judgment

- Self-sufficiency: Clients learn to build self-trust, self-confidence, and/or self-reliance

- Life goals: Clients learn how to set and achieve observable specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-limited life goals

- Sense of humor: Clients develop humorous perspectives regarding life's challenges

- Identify and emotional intimacy: Clients learn personal and interpersonal acceptance. They learn healthy (appropriate) strategies to become emotionally and interpersonally intimate with others

Other Services Provided and/or Offered

Other Services Provided and/or Offered:

- Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

- Individual Therapy

- Group Therapy

- Crisis Intervention

- Homelessness

- Education Tutoring

- Food Pantry

- Financial Resources

- Volunteer Services

- Transportation

- Assistance in Addressing CPS Issues

- All clients who are enrolled in our program and actively participating may receive food box and other resources.

Insurance We Accept: Nevada Medicaid (Fee-For-Service Only), other insurance (Pending)