Our Services

Mental Health Services

Crisis Stabilization

The Landing provides short-term, intensive support and stabilization for clients experiencing acute psychological or emotional crises. The primary goal is to provide immediate intervention and support to clients who are in acute distress or experiencing a MH crisis. Treatment is designed to prevent psychiatric hospitalization or to provide a transition from inpatient LOC to community-based services. A crisis treatment plan is completed within 24-hours of admission.

Comprehensive Treatment

A multidisciplinary team of providers including Psychiatrists, Mental Health Professionals (MHPs), Registered Nurses, and MH Practitioners collaborates to develop and implement individualized treatment plans (ITPs) based on the unique needs and goals of each resident.

Diagnostic Assessment (DA)

Through a comprehensive evaluation of the resident’s symptoms, behaviors, and personal history, the MHP or clinical trainee determines if each resident meets criteria for specific Mental Health Disorders.

Individualized Treatment Planning (ITP)

Upon admission, each client undergoes a comprehensive assessment to evaluate their MH status, strengths, and areas of concern. Based on this assessment, an ITP is developed, outlining specific goals, interventions, and strategies to address the resident’s mental health needs.

Rehabilitative MH Services

Rehabilitative MH services are comprised of interventions and supports designed to assist residents with co-occurring disorders (CODs) in their recovery and to help them lead meaningful and productive lives. This allows residents to improve in areas including but not limited to: Activities of Daily Living (ADLs), Social Relationships, Employment, Education, and Overall Well-Being.

Continuing Care Coordination

The Landing assists in providing referrals including collateral information to community providers for ongoing care. This includes but is not limited to Mental Health Clinics, Medical Centers, Rehabilitation Facilities, Support Groups, Vocational Training Centers, and Educational Institutions.

Level of Care (LOC) Assessment

To ensure that residents receive the appropriate intensity and type of care necessary for their condition, a LOC assessment is administered. This assessment considers various factors, including but not limited to the resident’s medical condition, functional abilities, support systems, and treatment requirements.

Functional Assessment (FA)

A FA is completed within 30 days of admission to treatment and updated after 60 days using the Functional Analysis Screening Tool (FAST). This assessment examines a resident’s: functional abilities, limitations; in addition to, performance in various Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs).

Substance Use Assessment (SUA)

Residents with a substance use (SU) history; or those who screen positive for SU during the diagnostic assessment, receive a SUA. This is aimed at evaluating: patterns of SU, associated problems, and the impact of SU on physical, psychological, and social well-being.

Therapeutic Interventions

A wide range of evidence-based therapeutic interventions are used to address various mental health issues. This includes but is not limited to: Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy, Psychoeducation, Skills Training, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Trauma-Focused Therapy, and Psychotropic Medication Management.

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