Intensive In-Home, IIH
Intensive In-Home (IIH) services provide therapeutic interventions to children and families within the comfort of their homes.
IIH services are designed to address the behavioral and emotional needs of at-risk youth through the engagement and support of their family. These services benefit children at risk of being placed outside of their home and those who are returning to their home from a residential or hospital setting.
Problem Solving Skills
24-hour Crisis Response
Home- and Community-Based Counseling (CSA and DJJ Funded)
Similar to IIH, Home and Community-Based Counseling allows for significant flexibility in the treatment of the family unit, as well as the provision of case management. If need be, services may focus more on the child, or they may be provided extensively within the community. Instead of strict clinical interventions, service may be more supportive or skills based. Whatever the deficit, this service adapts to the need.
Residential Diversion (CSA Funded)
NCG’s Residential Diversion Program (RDP) provides a versatile treatment program, simulating a residential program within the client’s home and community, designed to create change within an individual’s home environment.
Through this change, we work to divert a likely long-term placement in a residential facility and reducing the ongoing treatment needs upon return to home and community.
Therapeutic Mentoring (CSA Funded)
Our qualified mental health staff work individually with children and adolescents suffering from behavioral health concerns. They foster life and social skills, adaptive and pro-social behaviors, mood regulation and healthy self-esteem based on their personalized treatment plan.
Our highly trained and dedicated mental health service providers provide compassionate and prompt care to those suffering from a range of emotional, family, or mental health issues. Through our person-centered and strength-based approach, we work with you to bring about positive changes to you or your family’s life.