BHRS provides help to families that have children with a mental health diagnosis. The purpose of the program is to help the child and the family so they may function in a setting (home, school, community) where they may otherwise experience behavioral or emotional problems.
Specialized Therapeutic Staff Support (STSS)
Addresses problematic behavior.
Works with victims of sexual abuse or those who are acting out sexually.
Behavioral Specialist Consultant (BSC).
Observes client’s behavior in various settings and develops a plan.
Family Behavioral Health Enhanced Mobile Therapy
An intensive, in-home, psycho-educational prevention and intervention program that provides therapy to families. Interventions include individual and family counseling, as well as crisis intervention and skill building. The focus of the program is structural family therapy to strengthen the abilities of families to provide for their children and to prevent unnecessary placement.
Services available in:
- Who Can Make The Referral?
- Caseworkers (CYS/JPO)
- Other service providers
Who Should be Referred?
- Children ages 2 through 18
- Must have a mental health diagnosis
- Recommendation from a psychiatrist or licensed psychologist
- Medical Assistance eligible