Homes serve between one and three residents, with providers available to monitor them on a 24-hour basis.
Each resident has their needs assessed and a specific ABC (Antecedent Behavior and Consequence) treatment plan is then tailored to help them achieve their goals along with a full Functional Behavioral Assessment.
Intermountain Coordinators provide support and oversight of the homes and the resident's treatment progress through weekly home visits.
As the resident meets their goals, new ones are set until they are ready for the next step in their recovery.
SKILLS WE TEACH:
Basic independent living skills such as household budgeting, cooking, laundry, and navigating Tucson's public transportation system.
Social and communication skills.
Conflict management, setting and maintaining boundaries.
Interviewing and job placement techniques.
Anger management: how to identify triggers, identification of coping skills, and support in the application of these skills.
Managing symptoms of medical conditions and identifying triggers for substance use
Addiction recovery through community support groups; assistance in choosing a sponsor.
OUR THERAPEUTIC PROVIDERS:
Are highly-trained individuals at least 21 years of age who meet both DHS and Intermountain Centers' licensing standards.
Can clearly demonstrate patience, compassion for residents, teamwork, and sound judgment.
Have received at least four hours of clinical supervision per month from Intermountain Coordinators.
Monitor the self-administration of residents' prescription and over-the-counter medications.
Must complete on-going training to total 24 hours of annual continuing education.
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