Mental Health Skills Building Services

At Personal Solutions Counseling Services, our Mental Health Skill-building Services (MHSS) program assist adults with becoming educated on their mental health disorders while maintaining stability and independence in the home and community settings. If you our a loved one is experiencing one or some of the common diagnosis and behaviors such as Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar I or Bipolar II, Schizophrenia, Anxiety, Poor Management of ADL, Isolation, Poor Money Management and Poor Medication Management you can benefit from MHSS. 

Intensive In-Home Services

Our Intensive In-Home Therapeutic Services are focused on providing frequent and structured time-limited therapeutic intervention services for youth who are at high risk of placement in professional treatment centers or foster care due to serious behavioral health challenges. IIH services seek to prevent these out-of-home placements and provides education on strengthening the family unit.  .

IIH services seek to prevent these out-of-home placements when possible and preserve normal family living arrangements through the use of in-home supports. For youth who have already entered treatment centers, IIH Services can help them return home sooner by giving their families the tools they need to provide better at-home care and natural support.

Call For Assistance: (804) 658-5930

What can an individual expect from IIH services?

Intensive In-Home Services are implemented with a framework of modeling, teaching, ongoing assessment, and feedback. Treatment modalities are unique to the person served and are critical to assist clients to generalize skill development. Individuals and families should expect to 

-Develop effective communication and interpersonal skills

-Develop safe, stable and nurturing home environment
-Strengthening student, parent and teacher relationships

-Collaborating with other therapeutic and medical providers to improve overall wellbeing


Who is eligible to receive Intensive In-Home Services?

Any young person between the ages of 3 to 18 eligible for Medicaid-funded services and who has been identified as having serious behavioral health challenges (mental health diagnosis) is eligible to receive IIH Services.

Our services are primarily Medicaid funded through the Department of Medical Assistance Services (DMAS)