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As one of Monroe’s area up and coming resources for quality mental healthcare, Guidance for Behavioral Health, LLC specializes in Outpatient Mental Health Services to get members feeling healthier than ever before. We work hard to offer Person Centered Treatment Plans that guide you to a happier and mentally healthier life. We also focus on preventative strategies to ensure you stay better for longer.

• Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST)

Community Psychiatric Support Treatment is the foundation of the recovery-oriented ISRP (Individualized Services Recovery Plan) and is essential to all members. Its goal is to increase and maintain competence in normal life activities and gain the skills necessary to allow them to remain in or return to their own natural environment. It provides the necessary services to assist the member in achieving and maintaining rehabilitative, resiliency and recovery goals related to education, work, housing, mental health treatment, financial and social supports and other support needs. Community support includes crisis intervention, coordination of MHR (Mental Health Rehabilitation) and non-MHR services, and individual skills training.

We provide services in community locations where the member lives, works, attends school and/or socializes in addition to or instead of at the licensed entity.

• Psychosocial Skills Rehabilitation (PSR)

Group (Youth) is a face-to-face therapeutic, rehabilitative, skill building service for children/youth to increase and maintain competence in normal life activities and gain the skills necessary to allow them to remain in or return to their communities. It is an organized service based on models incorporating psychosocial interventions. The goals of the service include: To achieve the restoration, reinforcement, and enhancement of skills and/or knowledge necessary for the member to achieve maximum reduction of his/her psychiatric symptoms.

We provide services in community locations where the member lives, works, attends school and/or socializes in addition to or instead of at the licensed entity.

• Individual & Family Therapy

Parent/Family Intervention (Counseling) is a face-to-face therapeutic intervention involving the member and one or more family members. The primary goal is to help the member and family improve their overall functioning in the home, school, work and community settings. This goal is accomplished by helping the member and family increase effective coping mechanisms, healthy communication strategies, constructive problem-solving skills and increased insight into the nature of the member’s difficulties and the impact on the family. This service utilizes specific interventions, which must be documented in the member’s ISRP. Evidenced based strategies should be used when applicable and tailored to address the member’s and family’s needs. These services are intended to be time limited with services reduced and discontinued as the family functions more effectively.

• Crisis Intervention

Emergency response to mental health crisis is available 24 hours a day, 7 days weekly. Staff utilizes an on-call system and procedures that ensure all situations requiring specialized crisis intervention are responded to in a timely and effective manner.

• Substance Abuse

The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides Addiction Outpatient Treatment (ASAM Level 1) and Intensive Outpatient Treatment programs (ASAM Level 11.1) to adults (18 years and older), adolescents (13-17 years old) and children (under the age of 13) in Region 8. We offer outpatient treatment programs designed to provide Region 8 with the highest level of quality care to those individuals focused on transforming their lives from the lifestyle of substance use, abuse and dependency on drugs and or alcohol. Our mission is to counsel individuals coping with addiction(s) by providing quality and effective strategies to stop the use of drugs and or alcohol by implementing new skills and education through therapy, and support groups to prevent relapse. IOP is intended to guide individuals to a happier and mentally healthier addiction free lifestyle.

Transportation is available for this service upon request

• Medical Transportation

Guidance Medical Transportation, LLC (GMT) provides Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) services to individuals seeking transportation to and from non-emergency medical appointments and pharmacy needs. GMT understands the challenges of getting to and from appointments and is committed to providing safe, punctual, comfortable and hassle-free rides. We strive to make mobility no longer a problem and deliver services to all ambulatory individuals requiring NEMT that are actively registered Medicaid recipients. Individuals seeking NEMT services must directly call the 1-800 number listed on the back of their insurance provider card 48 hours prior to their scheduled medical appointment to arrange the appropriate arrival time.