In-Home Program Team
For some families, treatment in a clinic or office setting is not sufficient, often due to a need for more intensive clinical services. Our In-Home Programs include a number of community-based interventions that are provided in the home. In-home services often provide a bridge for youth at risk of hospitalization, or those who have been recently discharged, and need more intensive and frequent therapy than the outpatient service. Often certain kinds of substance use or abuse, either in children or their caregivers, are better managed with in-home care.
As we get to know your individual needs and better understand your family, we will recommend In-Home Services when appropriate. Our services include:
Intensive In-Home Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services (IICAPS): An in-home psychiatric treatment for families with children or adolescents who have serious emotional disturbances, and are at risk for hospitalization.
Multi-dimensional Family Therapy (MDFT): A family-based, comprehensive treatment program focused on adolescent and young adult substance abuse and related behavioral and emotional difficulties.
Family-Based Recovery (FBR): In-home, attachment-based, parent-child therapy and contingency management substance abuse treatment.
Intensive Family Preservation (IFP): An in-home program that works with parents and guardians to meet the needs of their children so they can remain safely together in the home.
Positive Interventions for Families with HIV/AIDS (PIFA): A home- and community-based service providing mental health and support services to persons living with or affected by HIV/AIDS in the Greater New Haven Area.