Behavior Health Assessments and Service Plan Development
A formal face-to-face comprehensive clinical assessment is conducted to establish problem identification, clinical diagnosis, or diagnostic impression. An evaluation shall include an interview with the client and family, if the child is 18 or under.
Individual / Family / Group Therapy
A face-to-face therapeutic individual/group/couple and/or family session conducted in accordance with a documented treatment plan focusing on treating his/her predetermined problem.
A face-to-face interaction between the individual and a Board Certified Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist or Adult Psychiatrist whom is on staff to evaluate the need for medication, prescribe as necessary, and provide ongoing medication management for children, adolescents, and adults in this program. An Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) and a Registered Nurse (RN) support Medical Services
Nurse Assessments and Health Services
A face-to-face interaction by a nurse; licensed by the state of Georgia to provide Health/Addiction assessment and monitoring services.
Outpatient Child & Adolescent Adult Drug Treatment and Education Program (OADTP)
This treatment program provides services to individuals and families experiencing problems directly related to substance abuse. OADTP is designed to help individuals recognize that drug dependency is a disease that affects their total functioning as well as their family and social systems. The overall goal is to help individuals accept, regain, and maintain personal control and responsibility for their own actions and choices.
Community Support Individual (CSI), Case Management, PSR-I, and Behavioral Assistance (BA)
The goal of these services are to provide comprehensive supportive services to individuals in need of crisis intervention, counseling/behavior management, skills and education training, and resources within the community to maintain stability and independence in their daily community living.
Through availability of staff 24 hours a day and seven days per week, consumers are able to obtain help as crises arise. Emergencies may be in the form of psychiatric or substance abuse. Staff will intervene as needed and as appropriate or arrange for intervention through other appropriate sources as the crisis situation requires.
Psychological and Psychiatric Evaluations
A face-to-face interaction between the child / adolescent or adult and a Board Certified Psychiatrist or Psychologist to evaluate the emotion, behavior, medical social and intellectual needs of the client.
Outpatient Community Services
If you are interested in services please complete the referral form and our team will contact you soon.
Exceptional Community Services (ECS) offers service for individuals with Mental Health and Substance Abuse diagnosis and their families within the counties of metro-Atlanta, Gwinnett, Walton, and other surrounding Georgia areas. Providing individuals whom are diagnosed with Mental Health and Substance Abuse the opportunity to receive services within their community.