What is Continuing Day Treatment?
A group focused clinical program that offers a variety of interventions and educational experiences for people whose lives have been impacted by a severe and enduring mental illness.
This program helps clients to enhance their life skills, clinical stability and general functioning.
Who Benefits From This?
Individuals whose lives have been substantially impaired by their mental illness and are in need of a higher level of structure and support than that which can be provided in a clinic setting
How is This Program Different From Others?
It is based on a group format, not individual contacts. This allow individuals not only to benefit from the structure, groups programs. skill building activities, counseling. and stimulation offered by staff but also to learn from the experiences and expertise of his or her peers.
Each person enrolled in the program receives individualized evaluation, treatment planning and psychiatric services and is assigned a primary therapist.
How Often Do People Have to Attend?
Part of the Treatment planning process is to set up a schedule for the program attendance based upon the individual's current clinical condition.
Individuals need to attend Horizon House regularly and participate in various groups and programs if they are to benefit from this type of service.
What Types of Programs & Services Are Provided?
- Daily Structure
- Individual Counseling
- Individualized Treatment Planning
- Leisure Skill Development
- Medication Education
- Medication Evaluation
- Medication Monitoring
- Problem Solving Skills
- Psychiatric Assessment
- Rehabilitation Readiness
- Service Coordination
- Skill Enhancement Activities
- Social Skills Groups
The Horizon House is open Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.