Destiny provides a variety of treatment interventions, generally to individuals, groups and families on an hourly basis at its facility. These services include but are not limited to: diagnosis and evaluation, screening and intake, counseling, psychotherapy, behavior management, psychological testing and assessment, anger management and domestic violence, parenting and Substance abuse classes, marrrige and family counseling. These services are designed to assist in improving the individual's quality of life and empowering them and their families to acheive their desired goals.
Mental Health Community Support Service (MHCSS) means the provision of recovery-oriented services to individuals with long-term, severe mental illness. MHCSS includes skills training and assistance in accessing and effectively utilizing services and supports that are essential to meeting the needs identified in the individualized services plan and development of environmental supports necessary to sustain active community living as independently as possible. Staff works directly in the individual's home one to five times per week providing support and counseling depending on the individual's needs.
Destiny Psychosocial rehabilitation service is a program of two or more consecutive hours per day provided to groups of adults in a nonresidential setting. Individuals must demonstrate a clinical need for the service arising from a condition due to mental, behavioral, or emotional illness that results in significant functional impairments in major life activities. Psychosocial rehabilitation includes skills training, peer support, vocational rehabilitation, and community resource develop oriented toward empowerment, recovery, and competency.Read more....
Destiny House is a congregate service providing 24-hour supervision in a community-based home for residents with a DSM V diagnosis of intellectual disability. Services include supervision, supports, counseling, and training in activities of daily living for individuals whose person centered plan identifies the need for the specific types of services available in this setting through Destiny House.
The goal of this service is to stabilize intellectual disabilities problems; increase coping skills, teach conflict resolution and problem solving skills; increase community integrations skills, and decrease state hospitalization and homelessness.Read more....
IIH services for Children/Adolescents under age 21 are intensive, time-limited interventions provided typically but not solely in the residence of a child who is at risk of being moved into an out-of-home placement or who is being transitioned to home from an out-of-home placement due to documented clinical needs of the child.These services provide crisis treatment; individual and family counseling; and communication skills (e.g. counseling to assist the child and his parents to understand and practice appropriate problem-solving, anger management, and interpersonal interaction, etc.); case management activities and coordination with other required services; and 24-hour emergency response.
To provide early intervention through a structured mentor relationship which gives youth the tools needed to effectively make positive decisions in dealing with personal and social problems.
The introductory activities and ongoing programs involve skills building activities in which the mentor and mentee engage in an exploration and enhancement of the mentee’s strengths, gifts, and skill sets. The mentor’s goal is to create at the very beginning a sense of worth and open the door for a trusting relationship. The program uses the 40 developmental assets where the emphasis is on positive development of assets and not primarily fixing youth.
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