Treatments and Services we offer
It is the philosophy of One to One with Youth to provide quality treatment, delivered at the appropriate level of care. Our goal is to ensure that every individual receives the services they require during the course of their treatment.
Programs and Services:
One to One with Youth offer services to Children, Adolescents and Adults.
Services for children and adolescents consist of Intensive-In-Home Services and Day Treatment programs. Adult services are composed of Community Support Teams and Peer Support Services.
Parents seek our services when worried about their child’s adjustment, performance and general well-being. Triggers for concern can be a child’s inability to concentrate on studies, increased oppositional behavior or social withdrawal, or a dramatic change in appearance, grades or choice of friends. Sometimes, referrals for mental health services are suggested by teachers, pediatricians or clergy. DCFS and Juvenile Court often require evaluation and treatment of children who have been traumatized, abused or in trouble with the law.
assist youth between the ages of 3 – 17 years of age and their family who are currently enrolled in Medicaid or NC Health Choice. This service uses a team approach intended to stabilize the living arrangement, promote re-unification or prevent out of home placement.
is a structured treatment service for children and adolescents and their families 5 – 17 years of age and who are currently enrolled in Medicaid or NC Health Choice. This service is designed to serve children who are unable to benefit from participation in academic or vocational services at a developmentally appropriate level in a traditional school setting.
Community Support Teams
consist of mental health and substance rehabilitation services and supports necessary to assist adults (age 18 and older) who are currently enrolled in Medicaid. This is an intensive community rehabilitation service that provides treatment and restorative interventions to assist individuals in gaining access to necessary services, reduce psychiatric and addiction symptoms and develop optimal community living skills. Intensive Community Rehabilitation services are provided for treatment and restorative intervention.
Peer Support Services
are structured and scheduled activities for adults age 18 and older with MH/SA disability. Peer Support is provided by Peer Support Staff.
Peer support services is an individualized, recovery focused approach that promotes the development of wellness self-management, personal recovery, natural support, adequate coping and self-advocacy skills as well as the development of independent living skills for housing, employment and full community inclusion.
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