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Bill Cook - Clinical Services Director
bulletCrisis Intake Services
Members of the clinical staff are trained and experienced in psychiatric crisis assessment, and they are available Monday through Friday, during regular business hours, to provide walk-in or telephone crisis assessment.  In addition, these staff also take new referrals for outpatient services and schedule intake appointments.  Intakes are assigned to counselors based on age, present problem, and health insurance requirements.  
bulletCounseling Services
This program provides individual, group, and family counseling services.  It also provides integrated mental health, substance abuse, and mental retardation services.  Other services include:  crisis intake, assessment and referral, psychiatric medication, outpatient counseling, mental health and mental retardation services.
bulletCase Management Services
These services are provided to adults and children with a mental health illness.  Case Managers seek to link recipients to a comprehensive set of services designed to help them stay in the community and achieve a maximum quality of life.
bulletAfter Hours Crisis Services
Twenty-four (24) hours, 7 days a week after hours crisis services are offered for psychiatric emergency services.  CONTACT pages a worker on duty and puts them in touch with the consumer to assess what psychiatric services are needed.
bulletPsychiatric Services
Psychiatric assessment, medication maintenance, and state aftercare pharmacy services are available.  Contract psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses are available to provide these services.  
bulletMental Health Support
This service is targeted at adults with severe mental illness and a history of at least one psychiatric hospitalization.  It seeks to provide consumers with training in areas of activities of daily living, as well as developing a health and better understanding of psychiatric illnesses.
bulletSubstance Abuse
This program provides residential, intensive outpatient and case management services to the substance abuse population.  Residential services include group home (Passages), two Oxford House model programs, contractual services, and supervised apartments for women.
Detoxification services are provided for medical or social purposes to medically indigent persons.  Services are provided for inpatient substance abuse treatment.  These services are provided generally for individuals also needing an inpatient stay beyond detoxification. 

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