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Outpatient Mental Health Center (OMHC) – Adults and Minors

Our Outpatient mental health treatment is not one-size-fits-all. Services are offered in home, in school, in any safe and private setting, or in our clinic. Each Client has an individualized treatment plan designed for him or her. We offer therapy and medication management to clients who are experiencing mental health symptoms. Our multi-disciplinary
team is comprised of psychiatrists, licensed social workers, psychiatric nurse practitioners, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family licensed therapists and other mental health professionals

Diagnostic Evaluation

  • PRP - Adults

  • PRP - Minors

  • Crisis Stabilization -Adults & Minors

  • Integrated Behavioral Health Programs - Adults & Minors

  • Level 1. Outpatient Treatment - Adults & Minors

  • Student Counseling

  • Problem Gambling

Our Mental/Behavioral Health Programs include

  • Psychiatric Evaluation

  • Behavioral Mental Issues

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Mood Swings

  • Anger Management

  • Family Conflict

  • Student Counseling

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

  • Attention-Deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

  • Medication Management

  • Abuse

  • Interpersonal Problem

  • Job/Life Stress

  • Trauma

Community Wellness can assist with:
Diagnostic Evaluation

All Community Wellness Foundation (CWC) Outpatient clients receive a diagnostic evaluation by a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, Psychologist, or a Clinical Social Worker; all of whom are licensed and trained to complete such evaluations. The face-to-face screening assesses the individual’s strengths, available resources, and treatment needs.

Individual Treatment Plan (ITP)

A treatment plan is developed in collaboration with the individual and parent/and or guardian. ITP includes the individual’s diagnosis, presenting problems, needs, strengths, treatment expectations and responsibilities

  • Long term and short-term goals in measurable terms and target dates for each goal

  • Criteria for successful completion of treatment and reasons for continuing treatment. A crisis response plan and baseline/progress on objectives

Individual and Family Therapy

Therapy generally occurs weekly until sufficient progress has occurred to decrease the frequency of sessions. Anger and stress management, coping and problem-solving skills, social skills, improved self-esteem, and self-control, improved familial relationships, and behavior management are among some of the common treatment goals worked on within the therapy sessions. These services are provided by licensed professionals such as Clinical Therapists and
Social Workers.

Community Integration

Community Wellness Foundation (CWC) goal is to teach emotional, cognitive, and social skills that help those diagnosed with mental illness live and work in their communities as independently as possible. Our program is designed to help participants optimize their personal, social, and vocational competency to live successfully in the
community. Activities are determined by the needs of the persons served. Our clients are active partners in all aspects of these programs. Community integration provides opportunities for the community participation of the persons served. The scope of these services is based on the identified needs and desires of the client. Some of the
community activities include:

  • Cultural activities

  • Employment activities.

  • Educational and training activities

  • Spiritual activities.

  • Vocational pursuits

  • Access and utilization of public transportation

  • Development of living skills.

  • Development of work attitudes

  • Leisure or recreational activities.

  • Communication activities.

  • Health and wellness promotion.

  • Orientation, mobility, and destination training.

  • Volunteerism.

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