Friendship Community Care’s Behavioral Health program is designed to provide counseling/psychotherapy services to individuals whose primary diagnosis is that of an Intellectual Disability/Developmental Delay and who are at risk for or exhibit challenging behavioral needs or have identified mental health disorders as listed in the DSM IV. The program uses an interdisciplinary approach for addressing the personal and clinical needs of its consumers and capitalizes on both in-house resources and/or referral to outside agencies and service providers. The program is aimed at increasing long-term recovery and maximization of self-sufficiency, as distinguished from the symptom stabilization function of acute day treatment. The intent of these services is to restore the fullest possible integration of the beneficiary as an active and productive member of his/her family, social and work community and/or culture with the least amount of ongoing professional intervention.
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