An intensive clinical and functional face to face evaluation of a recipient’s mental health, developmental disability, or substance abuse condition that results in the issuance of a Diagnostic/Assessment report with a recommendation regarding whether the recipient meets target population criteria.
Substance Abuse Comprehensive Outpatient Treatment
Periodic service that is a time-limited, multi-faceted approach treatment service for adults who require structure and support to each achieve and sustain recovery. Emphasizing reduction in use of substances or abstinence.
Designed to help adults with psychiatric disabilities increase their functioning so that they can be successful and satisfied in the environments of their choice with the least amount of ongoing professional intervention.
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program
A team of LCAS and CSAC to assist individuals with chemical addiction disorders and co-occurring major mental illness. The services will include individual counseling, strategies for relapse prevention, life skills, crisis contingency planning and disease management.
Iindividual/ group psychotherapy is the treatment of psychiatric disorders through scheduled therapeutic visits. Improve an individual’s ability to function as well as alleviate symptoms that may significantly interfere with their functioning. The service must provide or otherwise demonstrate that members have on-call access to a mental health provider on a 24-hour, seven-day per week basis.
A a service provided by on-staff psychiatrists and nurse practitioners to determine whether or not a medication is indicated for a child, adolescent or adult who is experiencing various difficulties at home, school, work, or in the community. Typical complaints addressed through medication management include depression, anxiety, nightmares and sleep disturbances, PTSD, bipolar disorder, attention and concentration issues (ADD and ADHD), and psychotic illnesses, such as schizophrenia and related disorders.
An area authority shall provide, directly or by contract, the substance abuse services needed by a person to obtain a certificate of completion required under G.S. 20‑17.6 as a condition for the restoration of a driver’s license. A person may obtain the required services from an area facility, from a private facility authorized by the Department to provide this service, or, with the approval of the Department, from an agency that is located in another state.
Nutritional Assessment/Risk Reduction
Provides guidance, education, and care to clients and caregivers in the preparation and eating of appropriate, nutritionally balanced meals and promoting better health. These individualized services are designed for individuals who are experiencing weight loss, have trouble swallowing, or are diabetic.
We are devoted to the Greater Carolina population, consisting of those who lack employment, education, support, counseling/therapy due to substance abuse or mental health issues who need help returning to normal states of living. Through providing service effective and culturally competent care to promote recovery. Our mission is to make available, ways for the people of the Carlolinas to become positive active members of their communitiess; we have established standards to ensure .
Since 2009 we have proudly served 6072 families; 5000 Adults; 3009 children and 543 communities. Each individual has been assisted to maximize their potential .
UQCS focuses on the issues which require the most attention and plan to implement soluble methods to strengthen the lives of our consumers.
DR. KENNETH HEADEN
WANDA PHILLIPS, BSN, RN
TORENE WEBB, MS, QP, CPSS
DEMETRIA VANEUS, BA
DAVID CUNHA, PHD, LCAS
JEROME FUNDERBURK, BA, CPSS
ALEXSANDRA KRIKSHTANAS, BA
TAYLOR L. PULLIAM COACH, CNA
CHAKA HILL, CNA
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