Behavioral Health ServicesServices
The Adult Day Treatment Center is a therapeutic day program that assists persons served to improve the functional skills essential to independent daily living and to build on their natural abilities in order to work, go to college, or volunteer in the community.
Community Based Flexible Supports (CBFS) provides comprehensive services to individuals referred by the Department of Mental Health. CBFS is designed to improve the quality of life and support the recovery process of adults with mental illness. CBFS provides person-centered services that focus on wellness and promoting good physical and mental health.
BAMSI’s Individual and Family Counseling serves people with wide-ranging mental health needs at an outpatient mental health clinic, Whitman Counseling Center, as well as through outreach services in various locations throughout the community. By coordinating with local public and private agencies, we maximize resources for those served, promoting success in all aspects of life – family, work, and community.
Home based therapy is a service available to those unable to access an outpatient clinic for individual psychotherapy or for those who prefer such service in the privacy of their home. The staff meets with individuals in their own home or an identified community setting.
School-based services support children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral needs by providing consistent therapeutic intervention during the school day and ongoing consultation and therapeutic intervention with parents/guardians to sustain development and assure long-term success.