Intermountain Assessment & Intervention Center

The Intermountain Assessment and Intervention Center (AIC) is a licensed behavioral health residential facility. It is community-based and designed to serve youth with behavioral health diagnoses. The assessment process and discharge planning are designed to quickly return these youth to a supportive community. With around-the-clock support available, members develop and integrate themselves into a comprehensive plan to support their stability. The AIC program is short-term with a length of stay up to 30 days.

AIC Program Goals:

  • Provide intensive treatment services utilizing behavioral therapeutic intervention to address the referraland treatment needs of each member in a structured setting.
  • Provide youth with stabilization, assessment and discharge planning.
  • Develop an individualized Behavior Intervention Plan that each member retains after discharge.
  • Implement the Behavior Intervention Plan while the member resides at the AIC.
  • Improve functionality of each member so the behaviors/conditions that led to the instability will be less likely to reoccur.
  • Return the member to the least restrictive environment possible.

AIC Program Description:

The AIC program is designed to create a setting in which youth behaviors can be thoroughly assessed and stabilized. This helps us in the development of a functional behavior assessment (FBA) and a Behavior Intervention Plan. The goal is to design a Behavior Intervention Plan that is tailored to each youth. The plan can be implemented with ongoing support in any setting upon discharge from the program.

The program has a capacity to serve up to eight youth, male or female, between the ages of 8-17. The program assists youth with 
co-occurring disorders, including developmental disabilities and those experiencing trauma. Individual and group counseling services are provided based upon needs identified through the assessment process. A therapeutic daily routine promotes problem-solving and constructive replacement behaviors. All members are closely supervised throughout the day to ensure maximum participation in the treatment process. Progress toward individual weekly goals is measured and documented on a daily basis.

Referral Information

Kelsey Anderson, AIC Program Director
(520) 444-2856