Community Outpatient Services
Outpatient Mental Health Services Offered In Your Home
St. Joe’s community based (outpatient) mental health services play are an intricate part of our continuum of care. Diagnostic assessment, pharmacological management, community psychiatric and support treatment, behavioral health therapy, and transition age youth services provide an opportunity to assist youth at any level of need.
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Phone: (513) 741-3100 ext. 2214
Fax: (513) 741-0875
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Assessment services are offered for a wide variety of suspected mental health issues affecting children and teens. Specialized evaluations also provide on-going treatment recommendations for youth struggling with emotional behavioral difficulties, sexual behavior problems or victims of sexual abuse.
- Diagnostic Assessment (DAF)
- Sex Offender Diagnostic Assessment (SODA)
- Sex Abuse Diagnostic Assessment (SADA)
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Psychological Assessments
- Intellectual Evaluations
- Academic Skills Assessments
- Autism Spectrum Disorders Assessment (ASD)
- Developmental Disabilities Assessments
- Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder Assessments
- Adaptive Behavior Assessments
Our Medication Management Clinic offers psychiatric services to children and adolescents in southwestern Ohio. The Clinic serves youth who are active in other services within our agency, as well as community youth who only need ongoing psycho-pharmacological management in order to maintain the stability they have achieved.
Case Management Services, also known as Community Psychiatric Support Treatment (CPST), includes the successful treatment of behavioral health concerns where they occur – at home, school and in the community. Community Support Workers engage with children and their caregivers to manage a child’s day to day behavioral health symptoms. Families are connected to mental health, psychological, psychiatric, social, medical and natural supports. Each family receives a comprehensive plan coordinated with other community resources to achieve their personal goals. Along with offering CPST to children and families living in our community, youth in both residential and educational programs work closely with a CPST worker.
Therapy & Counseling
Experienced clinicians utilize a wide range of therapeutic interventions to help youth and their families struggling with emotional and/or behavioral problems associated with trauma, abuse, neglect, or behavioral health concerns. Specialty tracks are available for youth who have sexual behavior problems or who have been sexually abused. Individual and family therapy options are available utilizing both office, home, school and other community based locations.
Transition to Independence Program (TIP)
TIP is a community support program serving youth who are entering adulthood while dealing with a mental illness. This intensive program helps bridge community support services between the youth and adult mental health systems. Utilizing a best practice model, The Transition to Independence Process (TIP) Model ,emphasis is placed on supporting completion of high school/vocational programming, seeking and retaining employment, and establishing self-sufficiency. Community support services help clients make informed choices about life opportunities and services, ensuring timely access to needed assistance, providing opportunities for self-help activities and coordinating all services to meet their individual goals. The Transition to Independence Program is available to youth ages 14-24 in Butler and Hamilton counties.