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Intensive In-Home Services

This service is designed for youth ages 5 to 21

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Individual/family Therapy

Individual therapy is a joint process between

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Parenting Classes

Our parenting classes and workshops are

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Mental Health Skill-Building

A goal directed training support program to assist individuals to the highest 

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Anger management

Anger management refers to a process.

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Therapeutic Mentoring

Therapeutic Mentoring offers structured, one-to-one

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Mental Health (MH-IOP)

Services are appropriate when an individual requires at least

Intensive In-Home Services

This service is designed for youth ages 5 to 21 providing evidence base techniques to address barriers that put children at risk of being removed from their homes. Our staff is committed to assessing the overall environment to bring change in the home for at-risk children. We strive to meet children and families where they are to motivate them to reach the goals they wish to accomplish

Individual/family Therapy

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. Family therapy is a type of psychotherapy that involves all members of a nuclear family or stepfamily and, in some cases, members of the extended family (e.g., grandparents). A therapist or team of therapists conducts multiple sessions to help families deal with important issues that may interfere with the functioning of the family and the home environment.

Parenting Classes

Our parenting classes and workshops are designed to strengthen and enhance parent-child relationships. Offered in English and Spanish, these classes feature group discussion, home practice exercises, and activities to improve family dynamics. Parenting can often be a challenge. For parents needing extra support, offers education and training to improve family functioning.

Mental Health Skill-Building

Mental Health Skill-Building is a goal directed training support program to assist individuals to the highest level of functioning. United Community Solutions assist individuals by providing evidence based treatment to assist individuals to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the most reliable and least restrictive environment. United Community Solutions service is designed to train individuals in functional skills and appropriate behavior related to the individual’s health and safety, activities of daily living, and use of community resources; assistance with medication management and monitoring health, nutrition, and physical condition. Our staff is committed to planning and individualizing services base on individual strengths, needs, wants, and preferences. We provide face to face activities, instruction, interventions, and goal directed training that meets the individual needs.

Anger management

Anger management refers to a process. It can help people identify stressors. People learn steps to help them stay calm in anger management. They may then handle tense situations in a constructive, positive way. The purpose of anger management is to help a person decrease anger. It reduces the emotional and physical arousal that anger can cause. It is generally impossible to avoid all people and settings that incite anger.

Therapeutic Mentoring

Therapeutic Mentoring offers structured, one-to-one strength-based support services between a therapeutic mentor and a youth under the age of 21 for the purpose of addressing daily living, social and communication needs. Services include supporting, coaching, and training the youth in age-appropriate behaviors, interpersonal communication, problem-solving and conflict resolution.

Mental Health (MH-IOP)

Admission Criteria
Services are appropriate when an individual requires at least six hours of clinical services a week (for youth ages 6-17), or nine hours of clinical services as week (for adults 18 years and older) over several days a week and totaling a maximum of 19 hours per week.
Program Description
A highly structured clinical program designed to provide a combination of interventions that are less intensive than Partial Hospitalization Programs, though more intensive than traditional outpatient psychiatric services. MH- IOP is focused and a time-limited treatment program that integrate evidence- based practices. MH-IOP can serve as a transition program, such as a step-down option following treatment in a Partial Hospitalization Program. MH-IOP focuses on maintaining and improving functional abilities through an interdisciplinary approach to treatment. This approach is based on a comprehensive, coordinated and individualized service plan that involves the use of multiple, concurrent interventions and treatment modalities.

Critical Features & Service Components:

MH-IOP is an active treatment program of services that includes an individualized treatment plan describing the coordination of those services and how they will address the individual’s goals. MH-IOP services include structured schedules for participants. Treatment goals should be measurable, person-centered, recovery oriented, trauma-informed, time- limited, developmentally appropriate, medically necessary, and directly related to the reason(s) for admission.