Case Management Services
Lighthouse provides services to improve the functioning and self-sufficiency of youth with mental health diagnoses.
Case Management Services: Community psychiatric supportive treatment focused on providing specific and individualized services to each person served. An array of services is provided in the home, school, and/or community.
Lighthouse Assertive Community (ACT) Treatment Services: treatment, rehabilitation and support services for youth ages 14-24 who have severe and chronic mental illness. The ACT team includes a psychiatrist, nurse, case managers, therapists, and peer and vocational specialists. The team uses an individualized approach to help teenagers and young adults find and keep employment, better manage mental and physical health symptoms, find and live in their own homes, recover, maintain optimism, and achieve individual goals.
WAY to Wellness: a replication of a best practice model from the Children’s Village, NY. This three-year service targets severely emotionally disturbed (SED) youth ages 12-16. Clients who participate achieve employment and related life skills, lower residential recidivism rates, and enroll in or complete educational objectives, include future savings and planning.