Hospital.Meals on Wheels.Behavioral Health services, both inpatient and outpatient.Monthly outpatient clinics.Alzheimer's support group.
Residential facility provides 24-hour care transitional housing for persons needing assistance with developing/improving the skills they need to successfully live independently in the community. A 3-bed facility offers intermittent care when these residents do their own shopping, cooking, and cleaning.
Adult Co-occurring Disorders Residential Treatment Program offers transitional housing and residential treatment for adults 19 and over with co-occurring severe and persistent mental illness and substance dependence. Services include individual, group, and family counseling; recreational therapy; case management; and psychiatric services. Expecte...
WOODWARD ACADEMY, a non-profit organization that was established in 1995, is a residential treatment facility for male youth. All programs are aimed at redirecting delinquent, negative behaviors to positive, socially acceptable patterns. Specific programs include:COMMUNITY RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM serves male students 12-17 years of age; the length of s...
A specialized residential treatment program for delinquent adolescents. All residents are adjudicated delinquent or are adjudicated CINA (child in need of assistance) in response to serious anti-social behavior.
Provides inpatient mental health services to children and adolescents.
Long term residential placement for youth 10-18 years of age. Outpatient substance abuse treatment and therapy services available for youth placed in the long-term residential program.Behavioral health services for youth 5-18 years of age depending on the program or service.Volunteer mentoring program for 3rd through 12th grade in math or reading ...
LSI is proud to offer service and support to Iowa’s foster and adoptive families. We believe the compassionate people who welcome children into their homes and help them find safe, stable outcomes are Iowa’s true heroes. LSI is a nationally accredited agency, providing services in all 99 counties of Iowa and over 20 locations throughout the state.
Psychologists and therapists with specialized training work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. Offers treatment for depression, anxiety, relationship issues, adjusting to life changes and many other areas including the shock, anger, grief, and other emotions than can accompany a medical diagnosis or chronic health condition (health ...
Provides treatment services for at-risk adolescents and their families which require a structured treatment environment and a school program for disruptive and aggressive students.
Acute care hospitalization setting for crisis management intervention and stabilization of psychiatric emergencies. Short-term care with linkage to the least restrictive care environment is the primary goal. Treatment services are delivered in a multi-disciplinary team approach that includes psychiatrists, psychologists, psychiatric nurses, behavio...
Behavioral Health Services are available to treat children, adolescents, and adults with mental health needs. Specially trained UI Behavioral Health experts provide behavioral, cognitive, and psychiatric diagnoses and treatment throughout the continuum of life.
Services include inpatient and outpatient mental health services for adults with mental illnesses.
Subacute inpatient psychiatric treatment for adults; voluntary, evaluation and treatment of acute symptoms of psychiatric disorders and co-occuring disorders.Emergency protective custody for those age 19 and over, involuntary. Evaluation and treatment of acute symptoms, initiated by law enforcement personnel in Region 3.Day psychiatric program, adu...
Short term inpatient stabilization (average length of stay 7 days) to acutely mentally ill persons in crisis who require emergency protective custody and psychiatric supervision. Priority is given to persons in the Region V service area.
Psychiatric inpatient and day programs for adults, adolescents, and children.
Offers intensive outpatient mental health services for adolescents. A multidisciplinary team of child and adolescent psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, case managers and substance abuse counselors work together to identify the child/adolescents needs and builds a treatment program based on those needs.
Inpatient unit for those in acute psychiatric crisis, which may include an acute psychosis or to prevent harm to him/herself or others. The goal is to stabilize and then help the patient transition to a lower level of care once their thoughts, mood, behaviors have stabilized via medication management or through individual and/or group therapies.
Inpatient psychiatric services for adults and children ages 8-17; voluntary or involuntary referrals can be made 24 hours a day.