New Progessions LLC core services

CORE SERVICES

Adult, Child and Adolescents in Georgia and Mississippi

Programs and services are designed both to benefit and meet the needs of the adult, child and their family in order to ensure increased attainment of necessary life skills, and continued preservation of the family unit. Our CORE Outpatient Services include the following:

Bio-Psychosocial Assessments

Bio-Psychosocial Assessments

The Behavioral Health Assessment process consists of a face-to-face comprehensive clinical assessment with the individual, which must include the youth’s perspective as a full partner and should include family/responsible caregiver(s) and others significant in the youth’s life as well as collateral agencies/treatment providers. The information gathered should support the determination of a differential diagnosis and assist in screening for/ruling-out potential co-occurring disorders.

Treatment Plan Development

Treatment Plan Development

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Diagnostic Assessments

Diagnostic Assessments

Psychiatric diagnostic interview examination; psychiatric diagnostic evaluation (including assessing for co-occurring disorders and the development of a differential diagnosis); screening and/or assessment of any withdrawal symptoms for youth with substance related diagnoses; assessment of the appropriateness of initiating or continuing services; and a disposition. These are completed by face-to-face evaluation of the youth and may include communication with family and other sources and the ordering and medical interpretation of laboratory or other medical diagnostic studies.

Individual Outpatient Services

Individual Outpatient Services

A therapeutic intervention or counseling service shown to be successful with identified youth populations, diagnoses and service needs, provided by a qualified clinician. Techniques employed involve the principles, methods and procedures of counseling that assist the youth in identifying and resolving personal, social, vocational, intrapersonal and interpersonal concerns. Individual counseling may include face-to-face in or out-of-clinic time with family members as long as the individual consumer is present for part of the session and the focus is on the individual consumer. Services are directed toward achievement of specific goals defined by the youth and by the parent(s)/responsible caregiver(s) and specified in the Individualized Resiliency Plan.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Psychosocial Rehabilitation services consist of rehabilitative skills building, the personal development of environmental and recovery supports considered essential in improving a person’s functioning, learning skills to promote the person’s self-access to necessary services and in creating environments that promote recovery and support the emotional and functional improvement of the individual.

Family Counseling & Therapy

Family Counseling & Therapy

The service is always provided for the benefit of the individual consumer and may or may not include the individual consumer’s participation. Therapeutic intervention or counseling service shown to be successful with identified family populations, diagnoses and service needs. Services are directed toward achievement of specific goals defined by the individual youth and by the parent(s)/responsible caregiver(s) and specified in the Individualized Resiliency Plan. The focus of family counseling is the family or subsystems within the family, e.g. the parental couple.

Nursing Assessments & Health Services

Nursing Assessments & Health Services

This service requires face-to-face contact with the youth/family/caregiver to monitor, evaluate, assess, and/or carry out orders of appropriate medical staff regarding the psychological and/or physical problems and general wellness of the youth.

Community Support Individual

Community Support Individual

Community Support services consist of rehabilitative, environmental support and resources coordination considered essential to assist a youth/family in gaining access to necessary services and in creating environments that promote resiliency and support the emotional and functional growth and development of the youth. Identification, with the youth/family, of risk indicators related to substance related disorder relapse, and strategies to prevent relapse.

Medication Administration/Psychiatric

Medication Administration/Psychiatric

Medication must be administered by licensed or credentialed medical personnel under the supervision of a physician or registered nurse in accordance with O.C.G.A.

Medication administration includes the act of introducing a drug into the body of another person by any number of routes including, but not limited to the following: oral, nasal, inhalant, intramuscular injection, intravenous, topical, suppository or intraocular.

Medication administration requires a written service order for Medication Administration and a written order for the medication and the administration of the medication that complies with specific Provider guidelines.

Psychological Testing

Psychological Testing

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Crisis Intervention

Crisis Intervention

Services directed toward the support of a child who is experiencing an abrupt and substantial change in behavior which is usually associated with a precipitating situation and which is in the direction of severe impairment of functioning or a marked increase in personal distress. Crisis Intervention is designed to prevent out of home placement or hospitalization.

Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling

Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling

An outpatient approach to treatment services for adults eighteen (18) years or older who require structure and support to achieve and sustain recovery, focusing on early recovery skills; including the negative impact of substances, tools for developing support, and relapse prevention skills.

Addictive Disease Support Services - This service is for adults with substance use disorders, Addictive Diseases Support Services (ADSS) consist of individualized 1:1 substance use recovery services and supports which build on the strengths and resilience of the individual and are necessary to assist the person in achieving recovery and wellness goals as identified in the Individualized Recovery Plan.