In-Home

Tucson / Sells / Southeast / Pinal County

Intermountain offers access to Outpatient/In-Home Support Services for at-risk children from birth to 21 years who are Title XIX eligible.

Outpatient/In-Home Services include:

  • Behavioral Treatment Planning
  • Behaviorally-Based Interventions
  • 24/7 Crisis Response
  • Crisis and Safety Planning and Implementation
  • Parent or Caregiver Skills Training and Education
  • Positive Life-Skill Training and Development
  • Structure and Daily Routine Development
  • Home- and Office-Based Individual and Family Counseling
  • Consultation with Child and Family Teams or Adult Recovery Teams regarding Behavior and Service Planning
  • Group Counseling
  • Identification of Community Supports

Through the assistance of a referred, home-based counselor, members and their families gain access to essential community resources. Parents and caregivers are taught behavior management skills to ultimately lead to a smooth transition back into regular home life.

Objectives of Outpatient/In-Home Support Services include:

  • Increase number of children and adults who are living successfully at home
  • Foster independence through acquired daily living skills
  • Assist members with reaching goals they set with their Child and Family Team or Adult Recovery Team
  • Keep child or adult member in their home with support to prevent removal
  • Address safety and crisis issues
  • Transition members and their families out of crisis to a stabilized dynamic
  • Provide 24/7 therapeutic support services
  • Provide individualized support services to every member and family
  • Support member’s transition from an out-of-home environment to a more secure in-home arrangement

Please click here for additional information on our Outpatient In-Home Services.

Referral Information

For information, please call:
Jennifer Isom, MC, LAMFT, BHP
Phone: (520) 721-1887, Ext. 7375

(520) 721-1887 Contact For Outpatient Network Services

Click Here for more contact details

TOP