Organization:

Helping Hand Behavioral Health

Description:

Program activities are designed to foster independence & recovery to minimize psychiatric symptoms.
 
We offer a range of services, including: Psychiatric Evaluation and Consultation, On-Site Lab and Bloodwork Services, Multidisciplinary Treatment Team, Individualized Recovery Planning, Individual & Group Education, Large & Small Group Instruction, Community Support Referral Services, Insurance Management & Assistance , Case Management Services, Outreach Services, Addictions Specialist & Curriculum, Pre-Voc Specialist & Curriculum, Life Skills & Social Skills Training, Social & Recreational Activities, Round-trip Program Transportation, Nutritious Lunch Served Daily, Holiday Programming & Events, Member-Run Community Government, Stress Management & Coping Skills, Medication Management, Counseling, and Education, IMR (Illness Management & Recovery), WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Plan), Exercise & Relaxation, Symptom Management & Medication Education, Anger Management Strategies, Self Esteem & Positivity, Relapse Prevention Programming, Grooming & Hygiene Skills, Independent Living Skills, Health & Nutrition, Current Events, Community Resources, Wellness & Recovery Strategies, Money Management & Budgeting, Interpersonal Relationships & Communication Schedule           
Helping Hand's partial care program provides a variety of groups and activities each day that are designed to meet the needs of individuals with different interests and abilities.
Interpersonal social activities are also offered throughout the week, including interactive games, bingo, movies, arts and crafts, educational speakers and presentations, entertainers & pet therapy to provide diverse, in-house socialization opportunities.
Each client meets with his or her case manager to review their recovery goals and the groups that support them. Off-site interventions are also offered to assist members to complete goals in a community setting.
An Incentive Program is offered to assist motivate achievement of recovery goals. Members earn points that they can trade for items such as toiletries, snacks, and lunches with their case worker, to name a few.
HHBH also provides door-to-door transportation.
 

Available Program Slots:

Program City:

Clayton

Program Phone:

(856) 881-9000 ext.5001

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