Whole Person Care Center

Whole Person Care Centers - Coming 2024

Friendship House Whole Person Care Center will offer mental health, substance use disorder, and physical health services under one roof to ensure the coordination of health, behavioral health, and social services in a patient-centered manner with the goals of improved health outcomes and more efficient and effective use of resources. Friendship House tailors care to the individual, taking into account the complex social, behavioral, and physical health needs a vulnerable individual has and delivering care to the patient at the right time and in the right place.

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Mental Health

Friendship House Mental Health services encompass a wide range of programs, treatments, and support systems that are designed to address the mental health and emotional well-being of individuals. This includes Outpatient Clinics, Blended Case Management, Family Based Mental Health, School Based Counseling, Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services, and Peer Services.

Physical Health

We address the Whole Person when you come to Friendship House, and physical health is closely linked with mental health. Whether dealing with substance abuse or just looking to improve your relationships with smoking, alcohol, and your health, we’re here to help. We can also provide guidance with overall nutrition and healthy habits to keep you on the path to overall wellness.

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Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

PCIT is an exceptionally effective treatment backed by over 50 years of research. Live coaching is a hallmark of PCIT. The therapist will typically observe the caregiver and child together, then provide coaching on the PCIT skills. Caregivers and therapists work together to manage challenging child behaviors.

Substance Use Disorder

Friendship House SUD Program provides professional counseling for substance abuse and addiction from a traditional approach, including opportunities for education about, prevention of, intervention into, and recovery from substance use-related problems. Individual, group, and family therapy sessions are offered with a focus on understanding the nature of addiction, becoming drug-free, and preventing relapse. Levels of care and settings vary depending on your assessed needs and include outpatient therapy (OP), intensive outpatient therapy (IOP), and partial hospitalization (PHP).

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