Intensive In Home
Intensive In-Home (IIH) is a trauma-informed program designed to wrap-around a child and their family in crisis to bring stability and maintain the child in the home environment. This program is a stabilization and preventative service focused on children or adolescents who are at –risk to be removed from their home environment. Counseling services are provide by counselors trained in understanding trauma, common behaviors following traumatic events, and effective treatment strategies for improvement of disruptive to severe behaviors.
Risks for out-of-home placement could include aggression, defiance, noncompliance, truancy, or parenting limitations. Intensive In-home is home-based and is intended to be a short-term service.
Services may include:
- Initial assessment and diagnosis
- Individual and family counseling at a minimum of 5 hours per week in the home and community
- Crisis support and response 24/7
- Trauma Informed parental skills training and trauma informed behavioral modification interventions
- Individualized treatment plans that address identified needs
- Assistance with accessing and navigating community resources
- Advocacy within the medical, educational, social service and psychiatric systems
- Frequent communication and collaboration with associated professionals and treatment team members
Who is Eligible:
- Ages 4-18 that are at-risk of an out-of-home placement
- Youth who are transitioning back into the home from an out-of-home placement
- Families who are willing to cooperate with IIH counselor and commit to at least 6 hours per week in the home to support the therapeutic process
We accept Medicaid, self-pay and CSA funding. To initiate services or get additional information please contact Dawn Chillon, Executive Director, at (804) 901-7911 or click here to complete the form.