Intensive services are for individuals with serious mental health or behavioral issues that put them at risk of hospitalization and whose needs cannot be met through outpatient therapy alone. These services are offered to qualified children and adults through Full Service Partnership (FSP) and Recovery, Resilience and Reintegration (RRR) services.
Adults struggling with serious mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and severe depression often experience frequent hospitalizations, incarcerations or homelessness. Through intensive services, qualified adults can receive therapy, medication management, housing help and other supportive services at their homes, work or community settings such as hospitals or court.
Children ages 0-15 who are struggling with mental health or behavioral problems can be at risk of hospitalization or placement in the foster care system. Intensive services provide children and their families with family-focused therapy, medication management and other services in their homes and community settings to help them develop coping skills, identify new ways of functioning and achieve success at school and in their relationships.
Find out more about intensive services
call 888-807-7250 Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm