Child, adolescent, adult and geriatric therapy-counseling.
Individual, family and marital/couples therapy-counseling.
Child, adolescent, adult and geriatric psychiatry evaluations and medication management.
Our specific programs are outlined below, but an in-depth link is provided by clicking on any of the headings.
ACT - Assertive Community Treatment - Click here for brochure
This program is designed for people who have severe and persistent mental illness and are in greatest need of services. They are often challenged in their daily functioning and have difficulty taking care of their basic needs, protecting themselves, keeping safe and adequate housing, and/or staying employed. Individuals challenged by a serious mental illness are often vulnerable to homelessness, abuse of alcohol/drugs, and legal problems. They are in need of intensive services and supports to be sucessful.
Day Treatment: Innovative Adult Mental Health Rehab- Click here
The Primary Day Treatment program operates Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. until Noon. Participants may attend on a daily basis or on a part-time schedule. Services are provided by a multidisciplinary team of Licensed Mental Health Professionals and Mental Health Practitioners trained in Motivational Interviewing, IM&R, IDDT and Resiliency.
The major components of this program include:
ARMHS - Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services - Click Here
- Diagnostic and functional assessment.
- Individual treatment plans establish clearly defined goals which are addressed in a therapeutic, time limited manner.
- Group Treatment Model: Structured groups facilitated by experi- enced professionals give participants a supportive environment for practicing a variety of new thinking and behavioral skills.
- Daily Goal Setting: Training, education and practice are provided for planning a productive goal focused day.
- Illness Management Skill Building: An interactive learning model assists consumers in learning, understanding and transferring community integration skills, relaxation and emotional regulation skills to reduce MI symptoms and improve overall well-being and independent functioning level.
- Group Psychotherapy: Small groups facilitated by a licensed therapist assist clients in addressing a variety of issues.
- Psychosocial Educational Training: Interactive instruction is provided in areas of weekly planning, social skills, daily living skills, mental and physical health education, and diagnosis and symptom management.
- Social recreational opportunities are also available every Wednesday 6-8:30 pm and one weekend per month.
This service is available to individuals who have a serious mental illness and have substantial functional impairments in daily living, working and/or socializing. Services are provided in the person's home, preferred community setting or at our agency. Most insurances currently cover services. ARMHS utilizes an integrated approach of evidence based and best practices to assist consumers in working towards their chosen goals.
Detoxification Services - Click here for brochure
Focus XII Halfway House - Click here for brochure
ICRS - Intensive Community Rehabilitation Services
ICRS is an intensive team model focusing on rehabilitation for adults with serious and persistent mental illness. The model recognizes the need for an intensive service model that may not meet all of the standards of Assertive Community Treatment. ICRS focuses on rehabilitation services rather than traditional case management.
Great River ICRS consists of practitioners from key disciplines in the rehabilitation field. The service utilizes a team approach to recovery. Treatment plans are developed from an individual's personal recovery goals.
3333 W. Division Street; Suite 219