MHR Program Services
A recipient must have an assessment completed to be enrolled in the program. This is a time for the recipient to learn about the program.
We have a psychiatrist who will tell the recipient about certain medications that may help him/her feel better. Also, we have a nurse that will administer injections and will assist with medication management.
These services help the recipient improve everyday skills such as good study skills, good social skills, making good decisions, following parent rules, parenting, anger management, conflict resolution, grocery shopping, budgeting, behavior management
Some of the skills listed under Community Support can be taught in a group. This may help the recipient lean and practice important skills, such as following rules, making friends, budgeting, etc.
This service may be provided to recipients individually or with their families. It is designed to help recipients and their families get along better, communicate better and improve the way they talk to one another.
We offer an on call staff that can be contacted by parents, school staff and other stakeholders to assist in de-escalating situations.
MST Program Services