Conducted by a therapist to determine the need for mental health services based on the existence, nature, and extent of the mental illness. May include diagnosing and treatment planning.
|Behavior Management Services
Teaching coping and behavior skills. Interventions may include:
- Stress management
- Relaxation training
- Assertiveness training
- Conflict resolution
- Behavior modification
Prescribing, monitoring, and evaluating medications and providing appropriate information regarding the medications.
|Assist clients to access community services and resources including:
- Assessing the client's needs for resources and services
- Linking clients with needed resources and services
- Coordinating the resources and services
- Monitoring the quality/time/appropriateness of the services
- Monitoring client progress
|Some examples of case management services are
- Finding and maintaining housing
- Obtaining medical services
- Obtaining dental services
- Linking with Department of Workforce Services
- Linking with the Social Security Administration
Performed by a psychologist who conducts psychometric, diagnostic, projective, and/or standardized IQ tests.
Rehabilitative counseling services helping clients reach their best possible functional level.
Assist individuals to develop competence in daily living skills in:
- Food Planning and Preparation
- Money Management
- Medication Compliance
- Social and Interpersonal Skills
- Personal Hygiene
- Maintenance of Living Environment
Residential Care and Services
A structured living environment with household activities, tasks, and schedules for its residents. Meals, medications, household chores, house meetings,
visiting, and other activities are structured and directly supervised. The organization and routine of the household provides an emotionally-stabilizing effect that tends to facilitate symptom stabilization.
Temporary client care to provide "time away" and relief to the caregiver.
If you are interested in these services click here to find out more information about becoming a client.
|Skills Development Services (Individual and Group)
|Assist clients in the development of age-appropriate functioning. Skills development services specifically assist clients to
- Eliminate maladaptive or hazardous behaviors
- Develop effective behaviors
- Develop appropriate communication skills
- Regain or enhance basic living skills
- Develop appropriate social skills
- Develop appropriate interpersonal interactions
- Reduce symptomatology
- Decrease unnecessary psychiatric hospitalizations
- Increase personal motivation and self-esteem
Emergency Services (Crisis)
Bear River Mental Health (BRMH) provides emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to all people.
Call 435-752-0750 in the Cache Valley area, and 435-734-9449 for the Box Elder area
to access these services. A qualified mental health professional is available to address your concerns and assist you in accessing appropriate services.
BRMH crisis services are available to those who are experiencing immediate, debilitating, or life-threatening complications as a result of serious mental illness. Access to BRMH's emergency services is available to other individuals within the community, as well as public and social-service entities.