Rockdale,Newton,Dekalb,Fulton,Clayton,Hall,Cobb,Douglas,Fayette,Henry and Gwinnett County
Director of Community Outreach
Executive Program Manager
Behavioral Health Assessment & IRP (Individual Resiliency aka Individual Treatment Plan): Behavioral Health Assessment process is to gather all information needed in to determine the youth's problems, symptoms, strengths, needs, abilities and preferences, to develop a social (extent of natural supports and community integration) and medical history, to determine functional level and degree of ability versus disability, and to develop or review collateral assessment information. An age-sensitive suicide risk assessment shall also be completed. Information from medical, nursing, school, nutritional, etc. staff should serve as the basis for the comprehensive assessment and the resulting IRP. The entire process should involve the child/youth as a full partner and should include assessment of strengths and resources as identified by the youth and his/her family. Community Support Services: Community Support services consist of rehabilitative, environmental support and resources coordination considered essential to assist a youth and family in gaining access to necessary services and in creating environments that promote resiliency and support the emotional and functional growth and development of the youth. This service is provided to youth in order to promote stability and build towards age-appropriate functioning in their daily environment. Stability is measured by a decreased number of hospitalizations, by decreased frequency and duration of crisis episodes and by increased and/or stable participation in school and community activities. Supports based on the youth's needs are used to promote resiliency while understanding the effects of the emotional disturbance and/or substance use/abuse and to promote functioning at an age-appropriate level.Services are conducted by a Certified Paraprofessional. Community Transition Planning: Community Transition Planning is a service provided by Core and IFI providers to address the care, service, and support needs of children and adolescents with serious emotional disturbance and/or co-occurring disorders to ensure a coordinated plan of transition from a qualifying facility to the community. Family Counseling: Family counseling provides systematic interactions between the identified individual consumer, staff and the individual's family members directed toward the restoration, development, enhancement or maintenance of functioning of the identified consumer/family unit. This may include specific clinical interventions/activities to enhance family roles; relationships, communication and functioning that promote the resiliency of the individual/family unit. Family Skills Training: Family training provides systematic interactions between the identified individual consumer, staff and the individual's family members directed toward the restoration, development, enhancement or maintenance of functioning of the identified consumer/family unit. This may include support of the family, as well as training and specific activities to enhance family roles; relationships, communication and functioning that promote the resiliency of the individual/family unit. Group Skills Training/Counseling: Services are directed toward achievement of specific goals defined by the youth and by the parent(s)/responsible caregiver(s) and specified in the Individualized Resiliency Plan. Services may address goals/issues such as promoting resiliency, and the restoration, development, enhancement or maintenance of: 1) cognitive skills; 2) healthy coping mechanisms; 3) adaptive behaviors and skills; 4) interpersonal skills 5) identifying and resolving personal, social, intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns.
3D-CC, Inc. is owned and managed by clinicians with over 25 combined years of clinical and social service experiences in the fields of behavioral health, residential treatment, and foster care services.