Our Services

Program and Services

Mental health recovery is a journey of healing and transformation enabling a person with a mental health problem to live a meaningful life in a community of his or her choice while striving to achieve his or her full potential.

IBH is a community behavioral health program for adult persons with mental illness and substance abuse challenges. The core principle to rehabilitation stems from the recovery model where staff partner with clients to facilitate identification of strengths, goals and potential for growth. Work focuses on helping the individual manage their illness and move forward with their life. Establishing an identity other than having a mental illness is critical to the success of rehabilitation. Our program philosophy is based on the social model of psychiatric care that advocates that a comprehensive range of mental health services must be easily and readily accessible to all members of the community.

Employment Support

The goal is to assist consumers to obtain and/or maintain gainful, competitive employment of their choice.   This program operates with the belief that anyone can work if they so desire and are provided with the tools to help them find, get and keep a job. Employment Services offered include vocational assessments, job development, a job club, job placement, job coaching, and extended support. The program tries to minimize the time between a member requesting a job and job placement.

Who can participate?

Anyone can participate.

Who provides services?

Master’s level therapists, independently licensed therapists, psychologists, and psychiatrists.


Medicaid, Medicare, self-payee, and check with our office for other insurances companies.

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP)

The psychiatric rehabilitation program offers a community atmosphere for individuals to reach their goals through a variety of skills teaching and social /recreational opportunities. Services are offered either on site or off site.

Supported Living Program

Staff assists individuals in their homes or any other community location appropriate for their needs. Services include assistance, skill teaching, and support in maintaining a home, budgeting, medication monitoring, travel training, using community services, etc.

Integrated Behavioral Health Center provides mental health and substance abuse outpatient care in a variety of settings including outpatient clinics, physician offices and support groups to provide care needs.

Mental Health Services

Our expert physicians, therapists and social workers can help you with major disorders such as

  • Depression
  • Bipolar illness
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress
  • Dual diagnosis
  • Substance Abuse/chemical dependency (Prescription medicines, illegal drugs , and alcohol)

When appropriate, we offer intensive outpatient services designed to avert crisis and make the transition from a hospital setting to home as smooth as possible.

We welcome Veterans and their families to access our services.


Our team of addiction specialists and medical professionals are leaders the industry. They meet the individual on his/her initial level, and then design a personalized plan for a journey towards total life transformation. Our approach to addiction treatment and co-occurring disorders is based on decades of clinical and medical research and time-tested methodologies. We support and serve those who struggle with addiction by providing a structure in which they can successfully recover.


The IBH curriculum has been developed from evidence-based practices, with an engaging, fresh and interactive approach. By integrating treatment, we marry the best practices for addiction and mental health with fundamentals of body, mind and spirit wellness.


Our team is dedicated to providing the highest quality care while maintaining a comfortable, soothing environment. We tailor our approach to each client by identifying their particular needs and creating specific individualized plans.


Clients are expected to attend support group meetings several times a week, along with weekly community meetings, individual therapy sessions, and participate in daily group sessions to ensure each client attains the most therapeutic benefits possible.


Several psycho-educational classes are offered daily, emphasizing the evidenced-based treatment modalities of Motivational Interviewing (MI), Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Systems Thinking.
These classes offer clients an opportunity to assess their current situations, clearly define goals and develop necessary coping skills and strategies. In addition to these classes, clients may participate in life skills classes, nursing groups regarding medications and health conditions, and meditation and fitness groups. Clients are also afforded time for reflection during study hall and free time hours.


Recreation teaches clients how to enjoy healthy activities, take care of their bodies and make healthy choices. Clients receive many opportunities to enjoy fitness training, swimming, interactive games and other structured activities.


Clients receive individual therapy sessions with their assigned therapist. Group therapy sessions are facilitated by an IBH therapist, where clients have the opportunity to explore issues and process their recovery in a safe, peer-supported atmosphere. Group therapy occurs at least twice/week.


Clients have the opportunity to express their creativity in weekly group art therapy. This program includes all forms of art, thus allowing each individual to explore their drawing, painting, sculpture, music, writing and drama talents.


Facilitated by an IBH therapist, this form of therapy is centered on an activity in which the therapist can actively engage with clients. Examples include group challenges, outdoor activities and games. These activities are designed to help clients identify strengths and skills used, build social support and address basic recovery issues, as well as move clients into deeper insight and healing. These therapy groups focus on learning and internalizing the concepts of boundaries and limits, self-care, acceptance and letting go, trust and accountability.


One or more family therapy sessions are offered as needed at IBH. This program is intended to include essential people in the treatment process, such as a significant other, child, parent, sibling, friend or employer for the support aspect. This program is educational and therapeutic with respect to helping loved ones understand the process of chemical dependency and how to implement healthy coping strategies — especially when feelings of anxiety and fear arise. Chances for recovery are increased by family participation, and because of this, we ask all clients to encourage family members and/or loved ones to take part. Insights into working aspect of relationships are discussed, as well as areas where changes may occur.