Case managers assess and document a client’s need for community resources and services. They work closely with families and therapists to ensure that clients gain access to needed services. Case managers know community services and wraparound service planning and bring the richness of their skills to clients and families. Case managers complete a case management needs assessment on all clients. From this assessment they develop a written, individualized service plan to ensure the client’s access to needed services.
Journey House is a Clubhouse International Accredited program for psychosocial rehabilitation of adults with serious and persistent mental illness. It is a strength-based program which compliments traditional therapy to ensure that the client is able to work on personal recovery goals, including employment, education, decreasing isolation at home, social skill development and basic living skills. In addition, Journey House has incorporated an evidence- based employment and education model of Individual Placement and Support (IPS) for members who desire to reenter the workforce or enroll in education.
For adults, Davis Behavioral Health utilizes a Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT) to provide crisis services throughout the county. The MCOT team operates 24/7 and is comprised of one Mental Health Therapist and one Family Resource Facilitator who respond to mental health or substance use crises within 30 minutes, either by phone or in person.
For Children, Davis Behavioral Health utilizes a Stabilization and Mobile Response (SMR) team comprised of one Mental Health Therapist and one Peer/Case Manager who provide services 24/7 to children, youth and families experiencing emotional and/or behavioral trauma compromising their ability to function within their family, living situation or community systems. Children between the ages of 0-21 are eligible for SMR services.
Medication Assisted Therapy: Opioid Community Collaborative
The Opioid Community Collaborative is for individuals misusing prescriptions or other opioids. This program consists of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) along with therapy services and recovery support. Medications provided under this program include naltrexone (an office-based, non-addictive, opioid antagonist that blocks the effects of other narcotics) and Buprenorphine (an office-based, opioid agonist/antagonist that blocks other narcotics while reducing withdrawal risk). In addition, naloxone kits are provided to all clients to reverse opioid overdose.
Medication management at Davis Behavioral Health is available for both adults and children. It includes the following elements: assessing diagnosis for use of medication, reducing medication based on clinical judgment, addressing behaviors related to medications, reducing side effects of medication, monitoring for adverse reactions and conducting AIMS assessment.
Davis Behavioral Health runs a medication evaluation walk-in clinic. With the walk-in clinic, after the initial medical evaluation, clients are seen within one week of the date they come in, if they desire. They are also given the option of a traditional scheduled appointment; however, this appointment will likely be scheduled out further than the walk-in option allows them to be seen. Also, we schedule 13.5 hours a week of the walk-in clinic for already established patients, giving them the opportunity to be seen on an urgent basis without an appointment.
Mental Health Outpatient
Outpatient services at Davis Behavioral Health are provided through an approach that engages clients in a network of support and care. Clients are individually evaluated and treatment planning is conducted with recovery in mind. Clients can participate in individual therapy, skill development, group therapy, case management and medication management. Our therapists are trained in several evidence-based programs that allow them to treat their clients with the best tools available.
Mental Health Residential
Crisis Recovery Unit (CRU) is a 24/7 stabilization and short-term residential program for people with serious mental illness and co-occurring substance-use conditions who need a higher level of care than traditional outpatient services. CRU is also used as a step-down unit for clients who have been residents of inpatient psychiatric units, and as a transition point for clients who are in the process of discharging from the Utah State Hospital.
Davis Behavioral Health prevention programs seek to strengthen our community by providing individuals with opportunities to improve in areas of concern to them. Our prevention programs include topics such as parenting, strengthening families, managing emotions, anger management, mindful-based stress reduction (MBSR), strengthening relationships, DUI classes and early substance-use intervention.
Substance Use Outpatient
Outpatient substance use treatment is delivered according to the treatment needs of the client. All services address not only substance use, but also any co-occurring mental health issues. These services include screening, assessment, individual therapy, group therapy, behavioral management, family interventions, and recovery support services. Treatment effectiveness is measured in terms of the overall health of the client such as decreased substance use and criminal thinking, improvements in mental and physical health, greater social involvement, improved relationships, housing and employment, and engagement in individualized recovery supports.
Substance Use Intensive Outpatient
Intensive Outpatient Services (IOP) are gender specific and include screening, assessment, individual, group and family treatment and recovery supports. IOP services are offered nine hours per week with co-occurring disorder treatment routinely provided. Intensive outpatient services are offered morning and evening with measurement of effectiveness determined in terms of the overall health of the client, which may include: decreased substance use and criminal thinking, improvements in mental and physical health, greater social involvement, improved relationships, housing and employment options and engagement in individualized recovery supports.
Women’s Substance Use Residential
The Women’s Recovery Center (WRC) is a short- and long-term, 24/7 residential treatment program for women. The WRC is a 16-bed facility that provides evaluation and treatment planning, individual and group therapy, skill development, case management, recovery support services, social detox, smoking cessation and medication management.