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Group Psychotherapy/Counseling Services: Group counseling is a method of treating emotional and behavioral disorders, and alcohol and drug (AOD) disorders using face-to-face interaction between a Licensed Behavioral Health Professional (LBHP) and two or more individuals to promote emotional, behavioral and/or psychological changes to alleviate disorders. The focus of the group is directly related to the goals and objectives of the individual's treatments plan. Group counseling is provided in an appropriate, private and confidential setting.


​Family Psychotherapy/Counseling Services: Family counseling is a method of treating emotional and behavioral disorders, and alcohol and other drug (AOD) disorders using face-to face interactions between a Licensed Behavioral Health Professional (LBHP) and two or more individuals to promote emotional, behavioral and/or psychological changes and promote effective and successful communication patterns and understanding. Family counseling is provided for the benefit of an individual as specifically identified component of an individual treatment plan. Family counseling is provided in an appropriate, private and confidential setting.

     This service may be provided without the identified individual being present as long as the content of the session focuses on the identified individual's treatment plan goals and objectives.


​Individual Psychiatric Social Rehabilitation Services: Individual Psychiatric Social Rehabilitation Service is a face-to-face service which is performed to assist individuals who are experiencing significant functional impairment due to a mental condition and/or alcohol and other drug (AOD) disorders in order to increase the skills necessary to perform activities of daily living and function in the community. Services are for the reduction of psychiatric and behavioral impairment and the restoration of function consistent with the requirements of educational and supportive services to address independent living or basic living skills, self care, social skills(re) developments, lifestyle changes, and recovery principles and practices. Each individual rehabilitative treatment service provided must have and objective and purpose relevant to the individualized treatment plan. Meeting with family members, legal guardians and/or significant others is included when the services are directly exclusively to the effective treatment of the identified individual. These services are individualized for each client, based on factors including age and cultural needs. Services are provided during a time and at a location that best suits the client.


​Group Psychiatric Social Rehabilitation Services: Group Rehabilitative Treatment Service is a face-to-face service which is performed to assist individuals who are experiencing significant functional impairment due to a mental condition and/or alcohol and other drug (AOD) disorders in order to increase the skills necessary to perform activities of daily living and function in the community. Services are for the reduction of psychiatric and behavioral impairment and the restoration of functioning consistent with the requirements of educational and supportive services to lifestyle changes and recovery principles and practices. Each group rehabilitative treatment service provided must have an objective and purpose relevant to the individualized treatment plan of each participant. Staff-to-client ratios for groups are determined by the funding source for services provided to both youth and adults. Services are provided as specifically arranged sessions for the clients in need of this service.


​Case Management Services: Case management services are services provided to assist individual gaining access to needed medical, social, educational and other services essential to meeting basic human needs. Major components of the services include working with the individual in gaining access to appropriate community resources. These services also include referral, linkage and advocacy. Case management is designed to assist individuals in accessing services.


​Crisis Intervention Services: Crisis intervention services are a face-to-face service of an emergency nature to resolve acute emotional dysfunction as evidenced by psychotic, suicidal and/or homicidal behaviors. The crisis and significant functional impairment must be clearly documented.


​"Because of Hanah..." Suicide Prevention Program: This program provides crisis intervention and intensive outpatient services. The purpose is to stabilize individuals who are experiencing and emotional or psychological crisis ( specifically those contemplating suicide), and provide immediate support so the individual can be treated in the least restrictive environment in order to quickly return to their daily lives and routines.

​     The program utilizes the Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS) therapeutic approach when an individual is contemplating suicide and outpatient treatment is an appropriate level of service provision. The CAMS approach to treating suicidal individuals focuses on developing a strong relationship with the individual ( which is essential for potential life-saving interventions), and engages the individual as an active participant in collaboratively assessing there suicidal risk and writing there suicide specific treatment plan. Specific Suicide Status Forms (SSF) are utilized in the process, as developed by the founder of CAMS, Dr. David Jobes, PhD, ABPP. CAMS is a therapeutic framework that is supported by at least 15 years of clinical research.


​Alcohol and Drug Substance Abuse Course (ADSAC):Y&FS is approved to offer the Alcohol and Drug Substance Abuse Course (ADSAC), more commonly known as DUI School. This course is a standardized intervention for license reinstatement. Once a person's ADSAC (DUI) assessment has been completed, a referral is made to the appropriate intervention - levels of intervention range on a continuum from a 10-hour DUI class and Victims Impact Panel to Residential Treatment, including aftercare. Qualified staff provides assessment, 10-hour and 24-hour courses, needed outpatient substance abuse services and referrals to other services or resources as needed.

​     Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services (ODMHSAS) works in close connection with Department of Public Safety (DPS) to implement and set forth standards and criteria contained in DPS statute: Title 47 Chapter 6-212.2 for persons needing alcohol and drug assessments and evaluation related to driver's license revocation or suspension. ODMHSAS administrative rules are contained in Title 450 Chapter 22 Certification of Alcohol and Drug Assessment and Evaluations Related to Driver's License Revocation, effective July 1, 2009 and Title 450 Chapter 21, Certification of Alcohol and Drug Substance Abuse Courses (ADSAC), Organizations and Instructors.


​Emergency Shelter Care: This program is primarily concerned with providing quality, short-term residential care to children and youth between ages of 6 and 17 who reside in Washington or Nowata Counties. Shelter care may be provided to youth from other surrounding counties if space is available and other shelters closer to the child's residence are full. Shelter can only be requested by a child's legal guardian, who generally includes the custodial parent or, for children in state custody, the child's caseworker. The Youth Shelter can accommodate up to four males and four females. In addition to 24 hour supervision and care, shelter residents also receive counseling, recreation, life skill and educational services. Shelter services are paid for through a state contract and fees are not charged to consumer.


​52-week Batterer’s Intervention Course- Certified therapist provides court ordered, self referred, and DHS court ordered 52-week Batterer’s Intervention course to accepted individuals.


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