Services

POPULATION SERVED

We are currently servicing:
• Schizophrenia
• bipolar type I and II
• conduct disorder
• mood disorders
• Depression
• anxiety

Services Offered

Individual Therapy
Process through which clients work one-on-one with a trained therapist of Clear Minds Family Center, LLC Family Center —in a safe, caring, and confidential environment, which can be in the office setting , or the home of the client—to explore their feelings, beliefs, or behaviors, work through challenging or influential memories, identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change, better understand themselves and others, set personal goals, and work toward desired change. Individual Therapy sessions are conducted based on need of the client. The client at a minimum will engage in individual therapy at least (1) one time per week, for at least (1) one hour per session. Individual therapy service days can be scheduled any day of the week based upon availability of rendering therapist.
Group Therapy
Consist of a small group of people (generally three to ten) meet face-to-face with a trained group therapist of Clear Minds Family Center, LLC Family Center, to talk about an issue with which all of them is struggling—such as grief/bereavement, anger management, and living with chronic depression or anxiety, etc. Group Therapy is facilitated a minimum of (1) one time per week, for (2) two hours per day. Group therapy is based on the clients need and can be done maximum of (3) days per week.
Family Therapy
Mental health treatment service provided to a specific client by a licensed professional therapist using the natural or substitute family as the means to facilitate positive family interactions among individuals. The recipient does not need to be present for family therapy services; however, the services must deal with issues relating to the constructive integration/reintegration of the recipient into the family. Family Therapy is facilitated a minimum of (1) one time a month, not to exceed (2) two hours per session.
Medication Management
Clear Mind professional trained staff will complete the initial evaluation of the client's need for psychotropic medications, the provision of a prescription, and, as-needed, ongoing medical monitoring/evaluation related to the client’s use of the psychotropic medication to ensure the client’s medication needs are being met. Clients will receive medication management at a minimum of (2) hours a week, but not to exceed (6) six hours per week, based off the clients need.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation services:

PSR services are RMH interventions designed to reduce psychosocial dysfunction (i.e., interpersonal cognitive, behavioral development, etc.) and restore recipients to their highest level of functioning. All PSR services require prior authorization by Medicaid’s QIO-Like vendor. Prior authorizations may not exceed 90-day intervals. PSR services are based on the intensity of needs of the client. PSR services minimum time is (2) two hours up to the maximum of (4) four hours a day. PSR services target psychological functioning within a variety of social settings.


PSR services may include any combination of the following interventions:

A. Behavior management: Recipients learn how to manage their interpersonal, emotional, cognitive and behavioral responses to various situations. They learn how to positively reflect anger, manage conflicts and express their frustrations verbally. They learn the dynamic relationship between actions and consequences;

B. Social competency: Recipients learn interpersonal-social boundaries and gain confidence in their interpersonal-social skills;
C. Problem identification and resolution: Recipients learn problem resolution techniques and gain confidence in their problems solving skills;
D. Effective communication: Recipients learn how to genuinely listen to others and make their personal, interpersonal, emotional, and physical needs known;
E. Moral reasoning: Recipients learn culturally relevant moral guidelines and judgment;
F. Identity and emotional intimacy: Recipients learn personal and interpersonal acceptance. They learn healthy (appropriate) strategies to become emotionally and interpersonally intimate with others;
G. Self-sufficiency: Recipients learn to build self-trust, self-confidence, and/or self-reliance;
H. Life goals: Recipients learn how to set and achieve observable specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-limited life goals; and/or
I. Sense of humor: Recipients develop humorous perspectives regarding life’s challenges.
Basic Skills Training:

BST services are RMH interventions designed to reduce cognitive and behavioral impairments and restore recipients to their highest level of functioning. BST services are provided to recipients with age and developmentally inappropriate cognitive and behavioral skills. BST services help recipients acquire (learn) constructive cognitive and behavioral skills through positive reinforcement, modeling, operant conditioning and other training techniques. BST services teach recipients a variety of life skills. BST services must be prior authorized. Prior authorizations may not exceed 90-day intervals. BST services can be performed a maximum of (2) two hours per day may for all levels of intensity of clients


BST services may include the following interventions:
A. Basic living and self-care skills: Recipients learn how to manage their daily lives, recipients learn safe and appropriate behaviors;
B. Social skills: Recipients learn how to identify and comprehend the physical, emotional and interpersonal needs of others-recipients learn how to interact with others;
C. Communication skills: Recipients learn how to communicate their physical, emotional and interpersonal needs to others. Recipients learn how to listen and identify the needs of others;
D. Parental training: Parental training teaches the recipient’s parent(s) and/or legal guardian(s) BST techniques. The objective is to help parents continue the recipient’s RMH care in home and community-based settings. Parental training must target the restoration of recipient’s cognitive and behavioral mental health impairment needs. Parental training must be recipient centered;
E Organization and time management skills: Recipients learn how to manage and prioritize their daily activities; and/or
F. Transitional living skills: Recipients learn necessary skills to begin partial independent and/or fully independent lives.
Case Management Services:

Provided to assist adults, adolescents and children who need an advocate and who have limited ability to obtain or arrange services for themselves. The goal of the qualified case manager is to assist people with mental illnesses in obtaining the basic services required to sustain healthy living while in care, and after being integrated back into the community. Case Management services are provided based on the needs of the clients being serviced.


Case Managers can assist with the following:
Maintaining eligibility
Filling out various forms and paperwork for services
Housing and financial resources
Vocational or educational resources
Social and interpersonal supports
Health and medical supports
Pharmaceutical services
Identifies resources for ongoing care
Engages and integrates referral resources into the program
Community Integration:
A complete continuum of care allows those with a mental illness to access the most clinically appropriate and least restrictive level of care based on individual readiness and need. It allows for flexible movement from more institutional settings to integrated community settings that provide adequate supports and treatment services, and which promote increased self-sufficiency, reduce stigmas, enhance safety for persons served, and the clients well-being or health care needs. Clients in conjunction with qualified behavioral health staff would transition clients into supportive housing facilities, foster homes, or independent living sites to continue treatment in a less restrictive environment.
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities will be assigned to clients who qualify for recreational involvement. These activities will include sporting events, trips to parks and recreational facilities, hiking, fishing, camping, movie events or bowling nights. These activities will be completed (2) times a month and monitored by support staff.
Social Activities:
Designed to increase the client’s social skills and peer relations in community settings. Clients will be taken on social gatherings at minimum (1) time a week to assist with increasing socialization needs. Social groups will be facilitated by qualified behavioral health technicians and facilitated with a 1:3 ratio for ages 3-6 years old and 1:10 ratios for ages 7 and above.
Residential Treatment Services provide 24-hour intensive programming for kids and adolescents, consistent with the individual needs in a safe, structured environment. Services are designed to provide an alternative to psychiatric hospitalization and to assist individuals in developing the skills required for independent community living. Residential treatment services are provided by Destiny’s Choice Residential facility.

Risk Assessments will be completed on all clients within 4 hours of admission. Risk assessments will screen for suicide risk, risk of self-harm, risk of harm to others, and trauma. If risk is identified a qualified mental health professional will implement a safety plan immediately with client to minimize liability.
POPULATION SERVED
Destiny’s Choice Residential facility provides services to clients from the ages of 5 to 18 years of age who meet the admission criteria. We are currently servicing schizophrenia, bipolar type I and II, conduct disorder, mood disorders, depression, ADHD, and anxiety. To be considered for admission client must be medically stable and demonstrate a need for supervision that cannot be provided in a less restricted environment. The clients will be under professionally trained supervision in a home environment 24 hour a day, 7 days a week. The program is designed to achieve predicted outcomes focused on home and community integration and engagement in productive activities. Consistent with the client’s needs, services provided focus/on improvement or stability in functional and social performance and health. The clients residing in Destiny's Choice Residential Treatment facility will be required to engage in the following services:
* Individual Therapy
* Group Therapy
* Family Therapy
* Medication Management
* Adjunct Therapies
* Psychosocial Rehabilitation services

PAYER SOURCES:


All our programs accept reimbursement for care from the following funding sources:
Nevada Medicare
Nevada Medicaid
Amerigroup
Silver Summit
Sliding Fee Scale Clear Minds Family Center, LLC will obtain any required pre-authorizations for payment and will notify the client and his or her family of any costs they may be responsible for.

REFERAL SOURCES

A referral may be made by an individual, parent, school professional, county worker, probation/parole officer, or another medical or clinical provider.


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