Counties served with this program include: Anderson, Campbell, Knox, Morgan, Roane and Scott
Emory Valley Center provides support in a community setting allowing people with dual diagnosis in an environment aligning with their community and residential mental health needs.
Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) – this intensive outpatient program will offer group activities for treatment and includes:
- Participation in treatment while continuing daily activities, like work
- Group sessions scheduled throughout the day for participation in the program
- Utilization of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Skills System Training (as instructed by Dr. Julie Brown)
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Program – this program provides support and service to assist people in self-directed or self-satisfied life skills, including:
- Basic life skills
- Independent living skills
- Vocational skill building
Group 8: Intensive Behavioral Community Transition and Stabilization Services – program assists adults aged 18 years and older with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and severe behavioral and/or psychiatric conditions transitioning out of a highly structured and supervised environment. Benefits include:
- Achieving and maintaining stable integrated lives in the community
- Short term, intensive 24/7 community-based residential services
- Behavioral health treatment and supports
Group 7: Intensive Behavioral Family-Centered Treatment, Stabilization and Supports – this integrated behavioral health benefit target providing
- Intensive in-home family centered behavior supports
- Behavior focused supportive home care
- Caregiver training and support
- Crisis intervention and stabilization assistance available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- In home behavioral respite when needed for small groups of children under the age of 21 who live with their family and have:
- Intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and severe co-occurring behavioral health and psychiatric conditions, placing the child or others in imminent and significant risk of serious physical harm, threatening the sustainability of the family living arrangement.
- Children at imminent and significant risk of placement outside the home. (e.g., state custody, hospitalizations, residential treatment, incarceration).
For additional information please contact: Clinical Services Director, Heather Cupp 865-813-0570