In order to determine if our programs are a good fit for a person’s needs, we offer an assessment with one of our qualified therapists. Assessments help us collaborate with you to determine the level of care, programs, and additional services and treatments that are right for you. Our trained assessment coordinators will collaborate with you to identify your treatment needs and options.
Trained assessment coordinators will ask you several questions and review information you have provided to them.
Following the assessment, a treatment option is recommended that best meets your emotional and physical needs.
Information in the packet includes:
We may refer you to a support group, therapist, psychologist, psychiatrist or another behavioral health professional for outpatient treatment, intensive outpatient treatment, residential treatment, partial hospitalization, or inpatient treatment. In any case, you and your family will be able to participate in deciding which level of care is the most appropriate for your individual circumstances.
If you would like more information about our behavioral health programs and an assessment, you can speak confidentially with one of our caring professionals to discuss your concerns. We will help you determine if an assessment is appropriate.