Behavioral Health Services
JusticeWorks BehavioralCare is an approved provider of Rehabilitative Behavioral Health Services (RBHS).
RBHS are medically necessary services that aid with the reduction of behavioral health concerns and the restoration of a person to the best possible functioning level. We provide supports and services for children, adolescents and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their daily lives. JusticeWorks BehavioralCare (JWBC) addresses serious emotional and behavioral disorders employing comprehensive and quality treatment approaches.
RBHS are specialized services delivered by a team of professionals working together to provide a continuum of care. The services can be delivered in the young person’s home, school, or in a clinic setting and are based upon the results of a comprehensive diagnostic assessment that identifies a person’s current problems and needs in the areas of emotional, behavioral, and functional development. On a routine basis, the progress of the youth’s and family’s goal are reviewed which help to determine continued treatment and need for any community referrals.
JWBC coordinates care between ourselves and other providers and as appropriate with the referring agency. Services we currently provide include:
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For further information about how our programs can support your state, county or district please email Dipesh Chauhan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call directly at (484) 281-3707.
Behavioral Health Services are currently available in the following state:
Service Plan Development
Service that develops a plan of care which establishes goals and the treatment needed to meet those goals.
Service that identifies the needs, strengths, & deficits to determine a diagnosis, treatment plan goals, & discharge criteria.
Rehabilitative Psychosocial Services
Face-to-face service to assist in improving skills needed to be successful in living, learning, & social environments.
Face-to-face or telephonic short-term response to assist a person during a behavioral health crisis.
Face-to-face intervention to help improve emotional and behavioral healing.
Face-to-face intervention with the family to address family relationship issues & improving family dynamics.
Face-to-face service for youth to provide modeling of appropriate behavior to enhance functioning.
Face-to-face or telephonic service to assist families with meeting their goals from the Plan of Care.